On 9/11 We Remember the Children

Some children learned about the events of September 11, 2001, from parents or teachers.  Others saw it unfold on TV. But for about 3,000 children, it was the day their parent never came home.  The media named them the “children of 9/11”.

Some of the 300 kindergartners who lost parents to the terrorist attacks are now spread out on college campuses across the nation. About 100 of them are starting college with full scholarships from The Families of Freedom Scholarship fund one of multiple financial aid programs founded to support children of 9/11 victims.

NLCI vows to never forget the children of 9/11 or the events of that dreadful and historic day.

 

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