Wednesday marked 18 years since the September 11 terrorist attacks, and this hour, we have a discussion about how our guests’ perspectives about world issues changed as a result of the tragedy. Our panelists include people from two age groups: current (or soon-to-be) 18 year olds who were either not born or were infants at the time of the attacks; and current 36 year olds (or those just a bit older) who were 18 at the time of the attacks.
They share their thoughts on living in a post-9/11 world – as Americans who either have never known life before the tragedy, and as those who grew into adulthood after living through that time. In studio:
- Samiha Islam, senior at Brighton High School
- Arielle Mahoney, sophomore at Nazareth College
- Ty Gagnon, local improviser
- Sareer Fazili, past president of the Islamic Center of Rochester