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                           just a place to mourn the dead, but also a tribute to public servants and civilians whose bravery inspires us. Think about the heroic first responders who ran into the Towers while workers fled. Consider just how courageous the passengers on Flight 93 were when they attempted to wrest control of the plane from the hijackers. Remem- ber the selfless acts of New Yorkers and of people from all over the country and the world who pitched in to help.
On September 11, 2001, we saw humanity’s worst. But we also witnessed its best. Look up as you exit the building. One World Trade Center, rising to 1,776 feet, shimmers nearby, a powerful symbol of resolve and resilience.
The 9/11 Memorial & Museum, 180 Greenwich St., New York, NY 10006. Visit 911memorial.org for information, including hours, ticket prices, tours (indoors at the museum and out- doors at the memorial), and transit options. There is a free app, 9/11 Museum Audio Guide. The museum is not appropriate for children younger than 10.
 Foundation Hall and “The Last Column.”
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