Welcome to the Remember 9/11 Reflection Global Student Conference.
Our conference has one mission - Share the message of the human spirit in the face of crisis. 

Each country and culture has faced times of loss, conflict, and fear, yet through it all we can come together to overcome tragic moments.

September 11, 2001 was a day that time stood still for all Americans. People around the world stopped to witness the events that unfolded, glued to their tvs, phones and radio. Now, a decade later, we reflect on the victims, both living and dead. We remember the bravery of those that fought back. We contemplate the heroism of those that did their jobs, saving lives, in almost unimaginable circumstances.

We know how important it is to teach our children about our past in order to reflect on our future. How important is it to remember the day that brought out the best and worst of humankind? We hope you will join us in celebrating the lives of those lost on 9/11 through your children's words, actions, pictures and remembrances. Join us on Friday, September 9th as we invite members of our communities who were touched by that day to talk about how they have rebuilt their lives and the lives of others.

How to Participate in our Remember 9/11 Webinar                                                            The Pentagon Flag

Upon completion of the conference, classrooms are invited to share their own messages of Remembering 9/11 and the power of the human spirit. You choose the medium to publish your message (audio, video, artwork, photography, poetry, essay - the sky is the limit). Once your items are published, share the link with us here. We can't wait to see what the power of children's creativity can do.

Please fill out the following form if you would like to participate in the online webinar session.

Archived recordings are listed below by speaker. Thank you again for all of those who attended the live conference.  Please feel free to watch any of the recordings and participate in our Inspiration Board 
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  9:30 - 9:55am
 Bravery, Strength
Michael Sean Weinstock, First Responder Firefighter
Archived Video 

 10:00 - 10:20am Opening Arms to Strangers - Small Town Garden City, Kansas Welcomes Grounded 747 Passengers     Garden City, Kansas City Manager
Matthew Allen
Archived Recording
10:30 - 11:00am
Changes to the Skies
American Airline Pilot Mr. Ramirez
Archived Recording
 11:00-11:10am  Recovery/Rescue EMT responder Melinda McGowan
Archived Recording 
 11:10 - 11:30am Rebuilding Community
 Hon. Jon Kaiman
North Hempstead Town Supervisor
Archived Recording
11:30am - 12:00pm
Mobilizing Community Dan Hardesty, Red Cross
Archived Recording
 12:00pm - 12:30pm
 Surviving Tragedy
Mr. and Mrs. Karlin
Archived Recording

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Wiki Contributors:

Dyane Smokorowski, smokorod@usd385.orgKansas
Blanca E. Duarte, bduarte.teach@gmail.com@blancaedu New York

Images courtesy of

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Tevis, Shaun. pentagonflag1024x768.jpg. 2008. Pics4Learning. 1 Sep 2011

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