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High schoolers, too young to remember September 11, reflect on the 2001 terrorist attacks--6pm

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High schoolers, too young to remember September 11, reflect on the 2001 terrorist attacks--6pm

High schoolers, too young to remember September 11, reflect on the 2001 terrorist attacks--6pm

For many Americans, it is a day we will never forget.

For a whole new generation of Americans, it is a day they can't remember.

This year, some seniors entering high school were born after September 11, 2001.

Many more were only a few months old during the terrorist attacks.

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