Contemporary American history has now been defined as pre- and post-September 11th. Listen in to a special discussion on the 10th anniversary of the tragedy as we examine that day and its impact, lessons learned and lessons lost, and how we as individuals and Chicagoans have changed. Journalist Laura Washington moderates the discussion with Rami Nashashibi, Executive Director of Inner City Muslim Action Network (IMAN), Steve Bynum, producer of WBEZ’s Worldview, and David N. Rapp, Associate Professor in the School of Education and Social Policy and the Department of Psychology at Northwestern University.
In the K/Now is a free monthly series that focuses on contemporary hot topics that affect local Chicagoans. These forums are presented in a town-hall format with several panelists and audience participation.
Recorded Sunday, September 11, 2011 at the Chicago History Museum.
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