Ramona Diaz-Allegrini at ground zero. Photo by Andrea Booher.
In honor of women’s history month, we are sharing the Sept. 11 story of Ramona Diaz-Allegrini, one of the few female first responders who aided in the rescue and recovery effort at ground zero.Read more
This podcast series focuses on stories of New Yorkers, both the everyday and the more known, to examine the place that 9/11 has taken in the greater context of their lives and how it has affected their relationship to the city.Read more
The national flag of Belgium is seen among international flags installed in the 9/11 Memorial Museum. The installation recalls the flags that flew in the mezzanine level of the original Twin Towers. Some of the flags, which were not on display on 9/11, are part of the museum’s collection.
This morning the first message I saw: “CBSNY: At least 13 killed in explosions at Brussels airport, metro.” In that short message the mechanics of the aftermath of another terrorist attack was brought into my family’s home.Read more
Rolla "Bud" Crick's ground zero access badge. Gift of Rolla Bud Crick.
Before his death, Rolla “Bud” Crick, who as journalist reported on some of history’s most significant moments, donated to the 9/11 Memorial Museum the badge he used to access ground zero for what may be considered one of his most meaningful assignments.Read more