Sep 2, 2019
We talk about and “remember” 9/11 in America in a very callous way, without truly remembering that nearly 3,000 people died at work. Nearly 3,000 people.
The 2996 project aims to remember those people. For years, I've been writing about Claudia Martinez Foster. Claudia had a fun life. She wanted to start a family. She loved children. She loved makeup. She had a job on the 105th floor of Tower One, World Trade Center. And, she lost her life on September 11th, 2001, at work. I will never stop writing or talking about Claudia.
This week I wanted to share with you my thoughts on old Labor Day traditions, the emergence of the “new” Labor Day and remembering 9/11. If the topic of terrorism is hard for you (as it is for many of us) or you’ve lost someone on 9/11, this episode might be one you want to skip.
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