Jenny Pachucki

9/11 Memorial Museum / Wagner College

Guest

Oral historian and Curator at the 9/11 Memorial Museum and host of its podcast, Our City, Our Story; Adjunct Professor of History at Wagner College

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It's been 15 years since the brilliant September morning that upended American life and set George W. Bush on the road to war in Afghanistan and Iraq.

How do we remember 9/11? What should history teach?

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