If you remember the day that the skies turned empty and silent, after planes crashed into the World Trade Center towers, and the Pentagon, and a field in Pennsylvania, then it will seem remarkable to you that it happened 15 years ago.
Something about our existence makes it unfathomable that the events of September 11th, 2001 were neither yesterday, nor a lifetime ago. That's why remembering together is so important.
The CELL, (Counterterrorism Education Learning Lab) is a sponsor along with hosts, Governor John Hickenlooper, and Mayor Michael Hancock, of Colorado Remembers 9/11 - a day of remembrance in Denver's Civic Center Park on Sunday, September 11, 2016.
Jordan Clark, Assistant Director of the CELL joins us to share the details of the upcoming event. Governor Hickenlooper and Mayor Hancock will give addresses, followed by a procession of first responders. There will also be a ceremonial bell toll as well as steel recovered from the WTC site on display.
Join us for Connect & Collaborate, LIVE at 4:00 on Denver's Money Talk 1690 AM