9/11: The Days After


Subjects: History, Social Studies
Grade Level: 9-12
Source: History

This documentary takes an unflinching look at what happened after the attacks, including a run on goods such as guns, bottled water, and gas masks, Ground Zero becoming the biggest tourist destination in America, Arab racial profiling and hate crimes, false alarms across the country, and more.  This follow-up to 102 Minutes That Changed America tells the story exclusively through archival audiovisual materials collected from more than 400 sources, footage shot by professional news media and amateurs alike.

 

60-minute runtime; Fair Use copyright clearance

Sept 9 at 9:00PM ET/PT


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