Category Archives: Victim Support

Alderman Foundation Conference Significantly Advances Healing of Victims of Terrorism

PR Newswire KAMPALA, Uganda The Peter C. Alderman Foundation (PCAF), a non-profit organization whose mission is to heal the emotional wounds of victims of terrorism and violence in post-conflict countries around the globe, reported that its Sixth Annual PCAF Conference on Psychotrauma: Trauma, Culture and Healing held July 15-18, 2013 here made significant advances in […]

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DNA from Bone Bits May ID Train Dead Using 9/11 Experience

By Michelle Fay Cortez and Gerrit de Vynck Business Week Advances in forensic science since the September 11, 2001, terror attacks may help Canadian authorities identify the remains of dozens of people killed in what may be the country’s worst rail accident in more than 100 years. Even tiny shards of bone may be helpful […]

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Montclair Makes Administrative Decision to End Annual 9/11 Ceremonies at Watchung Plaza

By Liz George Baristanet Montclair will not hold a ceremony at Watchung Plaza this year to mark the 11th anniversary of 9/11. According to communications director Katya Wowk, “it was an administrative decision to wind down the 9/11 annual ceremony.” Wowk adds that the township will have a bagpiper at the September 11 council meeting […]

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