Sept. 11, 2001, is a day stamped in the memory of those who lived through it. Yet it can only be understood by future generations, and never lived again, if we sit down with our children, our students and our young friends to begin the conversation. As America again remembers and memorializes the events of 9/11, it is time to inform and educate the next generation.
Published By Kirkus Reviews
“Honigsberg combines his impressive research with his persistent advocacy for detainees who clearly played no role in the 9/11 attacks and who almost certainly never…
By Peter Honigsberg
Published By Washington Post
Jan. 11 marks the 17th anniversary of the opening of the U.S. detention center in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Seven hundred-and-eighty Muslim men and boys were held in the prison, many for a decade or longer, and nearly all without charges. Forty men still languish in Guantanamo.
May we eventually be cured of our terrible hubris–painful though it will no doubt be.”