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Paris attack victims remembered at September 11 memorial ceremony

“We stand here in solidarity, remembering how France stood next to us saying ‘We are New York. We are American,’ after 9/11,” Craig Stapleton, former U.S. ambassador to France, told the crowd at the National September 11th Memorial plaza. On November 17, 2015, Newsday published ¬†an article by Maria Alvarez about the remembrance ceremony held […]

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Backers of New 9/11 Bill Link Effort to Paris Attacks

The veterans’ group Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America stood with World Trade Center laborers, iron workers, police officers and firefighters in Washington to continue asking Congress to do the right thing and permanently extend the Zadroga Act for healthcare for those sickened or killed by their work. Congress allowed the act to expire months […]

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Surviving the holidays when you have lost a child

In the December 2014 issue of Still Standing magazine, Angela Miller offers six tips on surviving the holidays when you have lost a child. While the article and the magazine are targeted to bereaved parents, the tips are workable for anyone dealing with grief.

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