How the World Changed After 9/11 – NYC event 9/11 & 12

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www.howtheworldchanged.org. Seating is limited so reserve your ticket now!

WHERE: Walker Stage – 56 Walker Street, New York, NY

WHEN: 1pm through 10pm Sat. Sept. 11th and Sun. Sept. 12th

ADMISSION: $20 suggested donation per session. Two sessions each day. Each session includes two panels. Seating limited to 175.

Proceeds from all events go to help first responders.

NOTE: This event will be webcast for viewers around the world! Check website soon for further details. TICKETS and pay-per-view live stream: See Paypal links at website.

Also, a memorial will be held Friday night, September 10, 2010, 6:00 pm, at All Souls Church, 1157 Lexington Avenue, with victim family members.

Speakers hosted by http://www.wearechange.org.

Can’t come to New York? Then join us via live stream of the entire conference, the memorial and a live broadcast from the streets at ground zero for a modest $15 pay-per-view fee. Hosted by We are Change and The International Action Center.

Presented by the International News Net. Co-sponsored by the Puffin Foundation, Soundview Broadcasting, International Action Center, and We are Change New York.

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