Join us on this ten-year anniversary of the tragedy of 9/11 as we explore the truth of this traumatic event and what it means.
As we mourn our losses, we seek to honor the dead and dying by fearlessly understanding 9/11 as a crime.
Through film, the spoken word, music, art, revolutionary comedy, action, and dialogue--and in solidarity with events in Toronto, Seattle, and New York--we will gather to share stories, insights, research and feelings about that day, the forgotten history that led up to it, and the decade that followed.
Those brave enough to seek, find, and champion the truth about 9/11 have encountered enormous obstacles and resistance.
The official story of what happened on 9/11, which has been used to justify endless war abroad and restriction of freedoms at home, has been accepted by a majority of the American people only because there has been a massive cover-up of what really happened on that day.
The Battle of Story is greater than the Story of Battle.
Will reason, love, and concern triumph over panic, fear and despair?
Will we end war, or will war end humanity?
Is there an alternative to the fusion of corporate and government power that trumps local, regional and national sovereignty and threatens every facet of our lives?
Join us as we explore such questions, as well as the myths and realities that surround this watershed moment in our history.