September 11, 2001 will forever be remembered as the day that terror challenged the hearts of a nation. New York September Eleven Two Thousand One documents a day that changed our lives forever, from the shock of those first brutal moments to the horrific aftermath that followed. A selection of moving photos and thoughtful essays captures much of what the world saw and felt that day.
The diversity of testimonials, personal stories, images, poems and essays come from people of all walks of life who were affected by the events. Notable contributors include:
-- Noam Chomsky, MIT Professor, Middle East expert
-- Gary Fabiano, photojournalist who was trapped under the rubble
-- Robert Kennedy, Jr.
-- Matthew Modine, actor
-- Luc Sante, writer
-- Julian Schnabel, artist
-- Shashi Tharoor, Senior UN Official and author
As is fitting for a memorial to those who lost their lives on September 11th in New York City, proceeds from this book will be donated to relief effort funds.