The horrible events of 9/11 forced us to realize how much we need each other and how little we know about each other. It forced us to attempt to get outside our comfort zones and have conversations with people of many diverse ideas and faiths. As we come to the 20th year after 9/11, we
In reflecting on the twentieth anniversary of 9/11, the president of the Muslim Coalition of Connecticut, Dr. Reza Mansoor discusses the difference between religious extremists, core Islamic values, and cultural traditions – differences that have been generalized since the attack. Our latest episode of Cutline explores the 9/11 attacks through conversation about memorials, memory, and meaning.
The dreams and safety of a Trinity College student and her family have been eviscerated by the withdrawal of United States forces from Afghanistan, but she is thankful for the time the U.S. was in her country because it helped millions of young girls and women like her to get an education and accomplish their