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September 11: Confronting Disaster
Clearing the Air
NY Voices' coverage of the fifth anniversary of 9/11 continues with an in-depth look at the health problems of the firefighters, police officers, and cleanup workers who were exposed to the environmental toxins at ground zero.
A tiny hospital rises to the occasion.
A Farewell to Ground Zero:
Construction workers share their emotions about the site.
Ferrymen jump to the aid of their city.
Visiting nurses care for downtown residents in needs.
Measuring the Impact:
Top management consultants gauge the city's economy.
September 11: Remembering the Victims
A devastated ladder company copes with its loss.
Sharing a legacy of grief.
Lessons of September:
A documentary look at the year in the life of a Brooklyn private school that lost 13 members of its community on September 11th.
A Permanent Mark:
Firefighters honor those lost in the line of duty.
New Yorkers reflect on the third anniversary of the World Trade Center attacks.
The story behind the twin blue beams of light that lifted the spirits of New Yorkers.
To Value a Life:
Gay partners fight for recognition.
Whose Memorial Is It?:
NYV looks at the competing constituencies and agendas in the World Trade Center Site Memorial Design Competition.
A Widow's Walk:
Marian Fontana, who lost her husband Dave on September 11th, looks back at the first year after the attack.
September 11: the City Responds
Assessing the City:
Has being a New Yorker changed since September 11?
Over three thousand children contribute to a cityscape of self-portraits.
City of Inspiration:
A special concert to benefit the arts.
Coming Together to Heal:
Volunteers create memorial daffodil gardens throughout the city.
A bright glow over an altered skyline.
Comic book artists depict real life terror.
Impact on a Generation:
College students talk about September 11.
An old ritual takes on new meaning.
An Arab New Yorker brings together her community.
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