This year marks the tenth anniversary of the September 11th attacks on New York and Washington, DC. It often seems hard to believe that it has been that long. So much has changed, and yet for many, the reminders of that day are ever present. We must remember those who died, pray for peace and healing, and reflect on the challenges that have arisen over the past ten years: American use of torture, two wars, and rising anti-Muslim sentiment. There is no right or wrong way to remember, and each community’s needs are different.
Rabbis for Human Rights-North America has prepared a variety of resources that we hope will provide inspiration to you as you approach this difficult date:
May our country find healing and peace.