Kansas City Remembers 9/11

The worst terrorist attack in American history still resonates across the globe.

Truth be told . . . The "war on/of terror" still endures in places the mainstream media don't report.

Here's local mainstream tribute for those of us who understand that fight for civilization is an ceaseless conflict and defeat is always a very real possibility . . . Check-it . . .

"Here’s a list of 9/11 ceremonies and events that you can attend this weekend, if you are interested in paying your respects or if you would like to be in community with others who are observing the anniversary."

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .

Here's where you can observe the 21st anniversary of 9/11 in Kansas City

It's been 21 years since the terrorists attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, left nearly 3,000 Americans dead. The tragic event is now etched into the collective memory of many Kansas Citians, and each year there are efforts in the city to memorialize those who lost their lives. This year is no different.

Further reading . . .

US marks 21st anniversary of 9/11 terror attacks

NEW YORK (AP) - Americans are remembering 9/11 with moments of silence, readings of victims' names, volunteer work and other tributes 21 years after the deadliest terror attack on U.S. soil. Victims' relatives and dignitaries will convene Sunday at the places where hijacked jets crashed on Sept.

21 years later, these powerful photos tell the story of 9/11

The country was forever changed on this day 21 years ago. Terrorists hijacked and crashed passenger planes into buildings in New York and just outside of Washington, D.C. One hijacked plane dove into an empty field, its hijackers' plans foiled by a group of courageous passengers.

The 9/11 stories we still need to tell

Stories are the fabric of our humanity, because they share our journey through generations of history - our differences but, more importantly, our commonalities over time. Listening to stories from grandparents or grandchildren is the beauty of learning and growing into a more open and compassionate society.

You decide . . .