Recruitment note for “Academics for 9-11 Truth”

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Editor’s Note:
The following email is from Marcus Ford, Professor of Humanities at Northern Arizona University. Dr. Ford is spearheading an effort to organize academics interested in helping uncover the truth about the events of September 11. If you would like to help out or learn more, please contact him at the address below. And please also forward this email to anyone or any list that you think might be relevant.

 

Dear colleagues,

There are now 21 of us, in the US and Canada, who are committed to looking more closely and critically at the events of 9/11 and the official account of those events. We need to triple or quadruple our numbers. I am open to suggestions as to how we can do this. Are there other sites that we can post to? Do you have colleagues at other universities who are open to this project? All ideas are welcome. I would especially welcome contacts at colleges, seminaries, and universities in Texas and at historically black colleges and universities. Please send along any and all suggestions and names of people to contact. Also, if you have concerns, I welcome those as well.

Thanks you for your involvement.

Marcus Ford

mpf1950(at)hotmail.com

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