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The https://www.911respondersremember.org/ website is dedicated to preserving the memories of WTC responders and those who witnessed the effects of the WTC disaster. It is a forum to learn about the human impacts from those who experienced it first-hand and a place for reflection and thoughtful discussion.

Dr. Benjamin Luft's 9/11 oral history project at Stony Brook featured on 60 Minutes Stony Brook University Professor Dr. Benjamin Luft’s oral history project, Remembering 911, was featured on a special edition of the CBS new program 60 Minutes, aired on the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center. Over the past decade, Dr. Luft has worked to document the experiences of 9/11 first responders in their own words.

9/11 Ground Breaking Ceremony at the East Islip Public Library

The East Islip Chamber of Commerce 9/11 Memorial Project Ground Breaking Ceremony was held on September 10th, 10:00am at the East Islip Library.  The community gathered to remember, support and honor the men and women of our nation who sacrificed their lives for our freedom and security.  Remembered will be Fire, Police, Military and Civilians of our great nation, The United States of America.

9/11 Memorial Groundbreaking Ceremony Video

Neighborhoods across Long Island dedicate memorials to educate the next generation about the events of September 11, 2011. Featured Interviews: Anthony J. DAmico, VP, East Islip Chamber of Commerce; Steve Foray, President, East Islip Chamber of Commerce; Phil Nolan, Islip Town Supervisor; Lee Zeldin, NY State Senator; Alexa Marie Cerciello, Singer; Tom Cilmi, Suffolk County Legislator; John & Adele Foray

East Islip 911 Memorial Ground Breaking - Library Board Member Pasquale Ferrara Jr., Vice President speaks.

Alexa Marie sings - "Home Sweet Home"

East Islip 911 Memorial Dedication - writing contest award
Brandon Missig- East Islip High School
9/11 Memorial Writing Contest Winner.

East Islip 9/11 Memorial Dedication - Unveiling, Memorial Day, 2012

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“We’re Not Leaving!” is a compilation of powerful first-person narratives told from the vantage point of World Trade Center disaster workers—police officers, firefighters, construction workers, and other volunteers at the site.

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Donations are needed, please contact Tony D'Amico for more information at adamicoesq@yahoo.com.

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