This wide-angle photo shows former U.S. Attorney Mary Jo White of the Southern District of New York speaking onstage as she takes part in the public program, Prosecuting the 1993 Bombers. Clifford Chanin, the executive vice president and deputy director for museum programs, sits next to her. Members of the audience are silhouetted by the lights onstage. The logo of the 9/11 Memorial & Museum is projected on the wall above White.
Photo by Monika Graff

Prosecuting the 1993 Bombers

  • February 22, 2018
  • 7 to 8:30 P.M.
  • Auditorium

The February 26, 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center marked the first time the Twin Towers were attacked by terrorists. Former U.S. Attorney Mary Jo White of the Southern District of New York oversaw the prosecution of the plotters. To mark the 25th anniversary of the bombing, White discusses the challenges of prosecuting terrorism and her role in bringing the perpetrators of the 1993 attack to justice.

Photos

  • Former U.S. Attorney Mary Jo White of the Southern District of New York  gestures with her hands onstage as she speaks with Clifford Chanin, the executive vice president and deputy director for museum programs. Chanin is in the foreground and slightly out of focus as he holds a clipboard.
  • Former U.S. Attorney Mary Jo White of the Southern District of New York and Clifford Chanin, the executive vice president and deputy director for museum programs, speak onstage at the Museum Auditorium under the logo of the 9/11 Memorial & Museum, which is projected on the blue-illuminated wall behind them. The silhouettes of audience members are in the foreground.
  • Former U.S. Attorney Mary Jo White of the Southern District of New York speaks with Clifford Chanin, the executive vice president and deputy director for museum programs, onstage at the Museum Auditorium. White gestures as she speaks to Chanin, who is holding a clipboard in one hand and a pen in the other.
Photos by Monika Graff

Videos

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FULL PROGRAM
HIGHLIGHT CLIP

Other Resources

The 2017–2018 public program season at the 9/11 Memorial Museum was made possible in part by the David Berg Foundation.