|* Please be sure to check back as we draw closer to September. We will have more details for Friday 9/12 and Saturday 9/13.
All locations for the Anniversary Events have been marked on the Google Map above.
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7am - 11am
@ St. Paul's Chapel along the black fences. (Vesey St. & Church St.)
11am Press Conference @ Zucotti Park (or Ground Zero)
12pm - 4pm @ Ground Zero (Vesey St. & West Broadway - In Front of the PATH Station)
2pm Screening of David Hooper's "Anatomy of a Great Deception", talks by Richard Gage & others TBA
5pm March to Union Square for public outreach
10am @ 9/11 Memorial Park (corner of Liberty St. & Greenwich St.)
3pm Public outreach @ NY Times
Billboard (40th St. & 8th Ave.)
7:30pm @ Times Square (in front of the red stairs)
9am Public outreach @ Ground Zero
(Vesey St. & Church St.)
2pm Symposium @ Theatre 80 (80 St. Marks Place, East Village)
"9/11: The Awakening Goes Mainstream" -
Speakers: Richard Gage, Bob McIlvaine & others TBA
7pm March to Union Square for public outreach
9pm @ Times Square (in front of the red stairs)
General Synopsis of the 9/11 Anniversary:
The early birds will start arriving around 7am, and at this time we usually line up peacefully along the black fences of St. Paul's Chapel on Vesey Street between Church St. & Broadway. The official MTA/Port Authority 9/11 memorial service usually lasts from 8am - 12pm with two moments of silence at 8:45am and 9:03am. During this time it is important to show the utmost respect for those who lost their lives that day and their grieving families so please, no bullhorns, shouting, chanting, yelling, etc.
Once the "official" ceremony is over, usually around noon, we march from the black fences of St. Paul's Chapel down
Vesey until we reach the WTC PATH station where WeAreChange holds their Saturday street actions. Then we engage the public, hand out fliers, setup information boards, and sometimes a special guest speaker will give a speech.
At roughly 5pm we gather at the 'Remembrance Fountain' in front of Building 7. This is where we read aloud the names of our 'Forgotten Heroes'. The First Responders who lost their lives after 9/11 and are not acknowledged during the "official" remembrance ceremony at Ground Zero.
*Note: If the New York Police Department prevents people from gathering at the traditional locations listed above, it's recommended people gather publicly at the Chase Bank across from St. Paul’s Chapel as a temporary alternative, as we did on September 11th, 2011.