September 11, 15 Years Later
Co-authored with Dr. Tiffany Puett of the Institute of Diversity & Civic Life:
“American children today have no memory of these events. They probably don’t realize that September 11, 2001 changed us. They’ve grown up in a country that can no longer pretend to be an island unto itself. And we’ve had to scramble to understand where we fit in a global, interconnected, and tumultuous world. The internal and external conversations that we’ve had about our rights, foreign policy, religious freedom, national security and what it means to be a ‘real American’ have at times felt like they were tearing apart the very fabric of our society…” Full Article Here.