Last year, to mark the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, PND interviewed a handful of thought leaders from philanthropy and the civil society space about the philanthropic response to the events of that day. Today, eleven years after that fateful morning, we encourage you to revisit some (or all) of those Q&As and reflect on our collective efforts to make sense of the events of 9/11. What have we learned? What have we maybe forgotten? And what remains to be done? Share your thoughts in the comments section below....
- Gordon J. Campbell, President/CEO, United Way of New York City: Impact of 9/11 on Human Service Organizations
- Lorie A. Slutsky, President, New York Community Trust: Impact of the September 11th Fund
- David R. Jones, President and CEO, Community Service Society of New York: New York City's Economic Recovery From 9/11
- Mary Marshall Clark, Director, Columbia Center for Oral History: How We Construct Meaning Out of 9/11
- Vartan Gregorian, President, Carnegie Corporation of New York: On 'Learning in Wartime'
- Joel R. Charny, Vice President for Humanitarian Policy and Practice, InterAction: Funding Environment for U.S.-based Nonprofits Working Overseas Since 9/11
- [Video] Gara LaMarche, Senior Fellow, NYU Wagner School of Public Service, on Balancing Civil Rights and National Security
-- The Editors