Remembering 9/11, 22 Years On

Ten stories on how September 11 impacted the world, from the occupation of Afghanistan to anti-Muslim and -Sikh hate crimes.

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A Sikh wrapped in an American flag attends a candlelight vigil for victims of the World Trade Center attacks September 15, 2001 in Central Park in New York City (Robert Nickelsberg/Getty Images)

The Juggernaut


September 11, 2023


1 min

Twenty-two years may have passed since the 9/11 terror attacks on U.S. soil, but the legacy of military interventions, community surveillance programs, and violent hate crimes persists for countless South Asians. 

Dive into stories ranging from the Afghani perspective on the U.S. intervention, to the enduring trauma of anti-Sikh and anti-Muslim violence, to how young South Asians are reclaiming the narrative around 9/11.

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