1. Beth has been working as a reporter for New York City’s public radio station WNYC since 1993. She was on the street near the World Trade Center talking to people to try to find out what was happening on 9/11. She continued to report on the threats to the city and recovery of first responders for several years, and is now the Education Reporter for WNYC.

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  2. Robert and Alison founded the Broadsheet as Battery Park City was becoming a family-friendly community in 1997. Situated just west of the World Trade Center, the neighborhood was dependent on the WTC for shopping, transportation and cultural events. After 9/11, the paper’s reappearance affirmed that the neighborhood was back.

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  3. Gulnara was a photo editor for AP news service but she lived only a few blocks from the World Trade Center. She rushed over and was caught in the collapse of the South Tower. Afterwards she spent months reviewing AP negatives with family members and responders. Several years ago, she decided to pursue her interest in street photography and wedding photography.

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  4. Gulnara was a photo editor for AP news service but she lived only a few blocks from the World Trade Center. She rushed over and was caught in the collapse of the South Tower. Afterwards she spent months reviewing AP negatives with family members and responders. Several years ago, she decided to pursue her interest in street photography and wedding photography.

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  5. Gulnara was a photo editor for AP news service but she lived only a few blocks from the World Trade Center. She rushed over and was caught in the collapse of the South Tower. Afterwards she spent months reviewing AP negatives with family members and responders. Several years ago, she decided to pursue her interest in street photography and wedding photography.

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Journalists and 9/11

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On the morning of 9/11, New York journalists covered the biggest story of their lifetimes. Running into danger alongside first responders, their mission was to inform the public what was happening. Photographers and reporters walked underneath the Twin…


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On the morning of 9/11, New York journalists covered the biggest story of their lifetimes. Running into danger alongside first responders, their mission was to inform the public what was happening. Photographers and reporters walked underneath the Twin Towers completely unaware of the imminent threat to their own lives. They captured the images and sounds of history, but their exposure to such a traumatic environment resulted in profound choices they each made as they moved forward.

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