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On September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks claimed the lives of 2,974 people in the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York City, at the Pentagon and in a field in Pennsylvania. "There's not a morning when I put on my shoes, there's not a morning when I get dressed, there's not a morning I don't think about it," Oprah says. "Every one of them did the same thing that I'm doing right now. Every one of them. And they never came home."

Six years later, the world remembers those who lost their lives. But the memory shines brightest in the hearts of the victims' greatest legacy—their children.

The children of 9/11 on life beyond the tragedy.
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FROM: Six Years Later—The Children of September 11
Published on January 01, 2006

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