Lawyers for families suing over the deadly 2009 crash of a plane into a house near Buffalo have won access to an internal safety report that the flight's operators had fought to keep private. Stamford resident and 9/11 widow Beverly Eckert died in the crash.
VOICES In the News
It's an interesting national debate: When funds are donated to a community after a tragedy, who gets them? Do they go to the families of the deceased? To the injured? To the survivors with invisible wounds? To the community as a whole? Who's to decide?
Voices of September 11th co-founder Mary Fetchet was recently inducted into the Hall of Fame at Columbia University School of Social Work in New York City.
Is it OK to use the last words of a bereft mother’s son in a film about a tragedy without her consent, even if that tragedy touched us all?
Kathie Lee Gifford's keynote speech at the Always Remember Gala was moving, funny and uplifting. On the Today Show, she showed our just published Always Remember Commemorative Book.
The U.K. television program, Lorraine Live, came to the Connecticut office of Voices of September 11th to talk to 9/11 family members about their feelings about the 10th Anniversary.
Voices of September 11th on The CBS Saturday Evening News on 9/3/11. Family members remembering how their loved ones lived with the 9/11 Living Memorial.
Beyond the historical account of that terrible day, the story of September 11 is about people. “The focus, really, on the 9/11 living memorial is truly to focus on their life, not their death,” says Voices of September 11th co-founder Mary Fetchet.
Mary Fetchet, who lost her 24-year-old son Brad on September 11th and subsequently founded Voices of September 11th, speaks with NBC's Brian Williams about what the end of Osama bin Laden means.