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Young Americans Reflect On 9/11

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The terrorist attacks have shaped many young Americans in personal and professional ways. On 9/11, Jukay Hsu was a high school senior in lower Manhattan, then he volunteered with the Red Cross after the attacks. Khalid Latif was a New York University sophomore, then became a chaplain for the NYPD and executive director of NYU's Islamic Center. Both speak with guest host Jacki Lyden.
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