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Six years after the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, you can honor the 9/11 victims and their families by taking action to build a safer and more compassionate world.

The question “What can I do about terrorism?” is as relevant today as it was in 2001. Military and security measures are not sufficient on their own to prevent terrorism.

That’s why Our Voices Together, a non-profit organization founded by families and friends who have lost loved ones to terrorism, is asking concerned citizens to show their support for a safer, more compassionate world where the terrorist tactics cannot match the appeal of lives lived in dignity and opportunity.

This blog is exploring ways that citizens can be part of a comprehensive counterterrorism strategy. The views expressed here are personal, and are not intended as an official viewpoint of Our Voices Together, Inc. or the board members associated with the organization.

Contributors:

Marianne Scott, Executive Director, Our Voices Together

Cecilia Snyder, Director of Communications and e-Initiatives, Our Voices Together

Jillian Vicinanza, Intern, our Voices Together

Ahson Saeed Hasan

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