Everybody has a story about Sept. 11. Some of us were there, saw it happen, felt the unspeakable pain of loss that day. Others felt our country change, our lives change, even if we had been far away that day. WGBH joins our community and the world marking the somber anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001. It's a day to remember both the attacks and the changes they brought to the country; the pain of that day and the healing that continues to this day. We'll explore stories big and small, personal and political. Please join us.
On Sept. 11, Ed Freni was Director of Aviation Operations for Logan Airport. Today, he is Director of Aviation for three airports owned by Massport: Logan, Hanscom Airfield and Worcestor Regional Airport. He reflects on the lessons of that day.
Share a "six-word essay" that shares some aspect of the way you remember Sept. 11 or the change you think it has brought to your life.
Frontline: Top Secret America
On the tenth anniversary of Sept. 11, FRONTLINE explores the decade of fighting terrorism has reshaped the country and whether it has made us any safer. The program examines the history of the secret side of America's "war on terror," from the creation of black site prisons abroad and super-secret facilities here in America, to targeted killings and covert wars waged by special forces, and the creation of a multibillion-dollar terrorism-industrial complex.
Sept. 11: Reflections In Song
89.7 WGBH is hoping you will help us to mark the 10th anniversary of September 11 by sharing your musical selection with all of our listeners. We are creating a special playlist of music from all genres as suggested by WGBH staff and listeners. And we want you to be a part of it.