It’s been 12 years since terrorists hijacked four jetliners and carried out the Sept. 11 attack on our country.
A dozen years of hurting.
A dozen years of healing.
To remember the events of that day, honor the sacrifice of those who lost their lives, and reflect on how we’ve changed as Americans, we’ve created an online memorial where you can share your thoughts about 9/11 in our community blog Southeast Remembers Sept. 11.
What do you remember most about that morning? What has the day come to mean in your life? Speak out, and help us create a living history of how the community sees Sept. 11.
Here’s all you need to do:
1) Click here to post an entry in the Southeast Remembers Sept. 11 blog. Give your post a title, and share what’s on your mind. Upload a photo, if you like.
2) When you’re done, click the green “Post now” button. Your contribution will appear on our home page.
3) Share your post with your friends on Facebook and Twitter. We will, too.
Community posts will be catalogued on the Southeast Remembers Sept. 11 blog page.
Questions? Email me at email@example.com.