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Transcript of 9/11
1. Did 9/11 affect you?
2. How did you feel?
3. Were you around there when it happened?
4. What comes in your head when you heard American?
5. Did you know anyone that died there?
6. What were you up to this day?
7. What things did you remember?
8. When did you find out about 9/11?
9. What do you feel about it now?
10. What are your thoughts on this?
1. “It didn’t really affect me because I wasn’t close to where it happened.”
2. “I felt scared and confused cause we didn’t know what was going on.”
3. “I was in the US when it happened.”
4. “Being a citizen of the US.”
5. “No not really.”
6. “I was at home doing the laundry.”
7. “I remember it being all over the news and it was big deal.”
8. “I found out when your father came running to me telling me what happened.”
9. “I am still confused.”
10. “I think that 9/11 was bad because many innocent people in the building that the plane crashed died.”
With that interview you can see what someone that lived back then with 9/11 happened experienced and what they did/felt that day.
Some pictures on 9/11.
Being an Americans means to be free. What I mean with free is having equally rights and being a citizen. And also not being judge by other people.
What is 9/11?
9/11 is from the September 11 attacks were a series of four coordinated terrorist attacks by the Islamic terrorist group al-Qaeda against the United States on Tuesday morning, September 11, 2001.
By Lizbeth Romero
Total number of deaths: 2,996 (2,977 victims + 19 hijackers)
Locations: New York City, Stonycreek Township, Arlington County
Attack types: Aircraft hijacking, Mass murder, Suicide attack, Terrorism
seeing all of this made me interview someone that lives during that time.....-------------->
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