On June 24th, citizens concerned with the lives, liberty and equity lost to the ’War on Terror’ will gather at the Oregon Capitol Building to roll out “World Trade Center Seven Awareness Day”. World Trade Center Seven (WTC7) was the forty-seven story Solomon Brothers Building that collapsed like a traditional controlled demolition in the afternoon of September 11, 2001.
Information booths will be located in the Oregon State Capitol lobby and outdoors on the front Capitol lawn from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM in a campaign to inform the public about the third skyscraper’s symmetrical free-fall collapse. The National Institute of Standards and Technology claims that WTC 7 is the only skyscraper to ever collapse because of fire.
At 6:00 PM, Architect Richard Gage (AIA) will appear in the nearby Ford Film Theatre to deliver a science-based presentation on behalf of 2,300 engineers and architects who are demanding a new independent investigation into the thorough destruction of WTC 7 which happened on the same day of 9/11.
The theatre is located in the Willamette University’s Ford Hall across the street from the Capitol Building at 1140 State Street in Salem, Oregon. Portland Community College’s 9/11 Studies Club is a co-sponsor. According to event founder Marv Sannes, “WTC 7 Awareness Day is a solemn acknowledgement of all the people who have died in the wake of 9/11, the 6.5 trillion dollars spent in endless wars, and the loss of basic freedoms under the premise of national security”.