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9-11 Looking Back...Moving Forward
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9-11 Looking Back...Moving Forward

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Since September 11, 2001, Americans have heard conflicting messages: “the world is forever changed,” but “we must return to our normal routines and activities.” Through the eyes of teens at Manhattan's Stuyvesant High School near Ground Zero, as well as middle and high school students outside New York City in Tarrytown, NY, this companion guide to the In the Mix program explores how the tragedy and ongoing events of 9-11 have impacted the way young people view the world and their future, as well as issues such as stereotyping and tolerance. It stresses the importance of expressing their feelings through talking, writing, art and music. Appropriate for Grades 7-12.

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9-11 Discusssion Guide revised.pdf

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August 23, 2021
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