Remembering the Victims and Survivors, Reflecting on a Nation Forever Changed Following September 11th Terrorist Attack
Today, September 11, 2020, marks the 19th anniversary of one of the darkest days in our nation’s history. Every year, we come together to not only honor and pay tribute to the more than 2,900 innocent people who lost their lives and over 6,000 who were injured as a result of coordinated terrorist attacks in New York City, Washington, D.C. and a plane crash outside Shanksville, Pennsylvania on that tragic day, but also to recognize the emotional, economic and human toll that still continues to this day. In recognition and remembrance of 9/11, U.S. Congresswoman Joyce Beatty (OH-03) issued the following statement:
“I join with the constituents of Ohio’s Third Congressional District, my fellow Ohioans and all Americans in lifting up the victims, survivors, their families, service members and veterans, and countless Americans whose lives have been forever changed and impacted on 9/11 and since. Let us ‘Never Forget’ and continue to work together in solidarity to protect our nation, our values and each other.”
On 9/11, you can help join the conversation online and share your thoughts, feelings and memories by using #NeverForget and #911.