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Our lives have all changed in some way as a result of the tragedy of the attack of September 11, 2001. We have seen the courage of America, the bravery of the victims, the heroism of the first responders and the compassion of people. We have seen this compassion in the form of generous donations and service, we have seen how a community and a nation can come together, we should be proud and remember.

By a joint resolution approved December 18, 2001 (Public Law 107-89), the Congress has designated September 11 of each year as "Patriot Day."


More Information can be found on the following websites:

Title:"A Nation Remembers, A Nation Recovers - Responding to September 11, 2001 One Year Later".

Publication: Washington D.C., United States, Federal Emergency Management Agency

SuDoc: Docs FEM 1.2:N21/5


Title: "Our Mission and Our Moment: Speeches Since the Attacks of September 11 / George W. Bush".

Publication: Washington D.C., Office of The White House

SuDoc: Docs FEM 1.2:N21/5


Title: "National Strategy for Homeland Security".

Publication: Washington D.C., United States, Office of Homeland Security

SuDoc: Docs PR 43.14:H75

http://www.whitehouse.gov/homeland/book/nat_strat_hls.pdf


Title: The California Legislature, Assembly Committee on Transportation, "Terrorism and Transportation : Impact of Terrorism on State Transportation Services and Facilities"

Publication: Sacramento, CA,

Call No: CalDocs L500.T65 2001 No. 1


Title: "9-11 Special Edition".

Publication: Washington D.C., United States, Defense Protective Service

SuDoc: Docs D 1.2:P94/18


Title: "Preparing Makes Sense: Get Ready Now".

Publication: Washington D.C., United States, Office of Homeland Security

SuDoc: Docs HS 1.2:P91/2

Ready Now". www.ready.gov