Tyler Holman and his friends gathered outside of Marletto's in the rain, ready for the three hours it would take to plant the 9/11 memorial flags. Holman's collection of almost 3,000 flags represent the number of lives lost on September 11, 2001.
As a 5th grader in September 2001, Hanan Rahman remembers feeling scared and alone, and receiving community support. Other Muslims speak frankly about representing Islam, airport security and prejudice in the workplace after the 9/11 attacks.
Webster University planted four trees in honor of three Webster Alumni and one Webster Student that died from the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Just days away from the 10 year anniversary of that horrific day the plaque and only one tree are left. Where are the other three trees?
Senior political science student Tyler Holman has a history of planting flags around Webster University's campus every year on September 11th. However, this year's preparation for the 9/11 memorial will involve replacing some of the flags after an act of vandalism and protest.
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