September edition of The Change Agent reflects upon 9/11/2001.
The latest issue of The Change Agent, a national magazine published by World Education, includes articles, poems, and first-person narratives that teach the history of 9/11, wrestle with important legal and ethical questions related to security and liberty, examine the 'rule of law' in the context of terrorism, and provide a forum for the voices of people seeking justice and reconciliation. It offers many extremely moving stories about 9/11 and its repercussions.
Written in collaboration with September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows, a national organization founded by family members of those killed on September 11th who have united to turn their grief into action for peace, The Change Agent features not only the voices of family members of victims, but witnesses to the attacks, relatives of veterans of the war on terror, detainees, and ordinary Americans who have had a decade to reflect on what happened on 9/11 and the events that followed.
The Change Agent is designed to be used by adult education programs as well as a general audience. Cynthia Peters, editor of The Change Agent, describes the publication: "The magazine contains lesson plans and discussion questions to give teachers classroom-ready material that will engage students and provide an important forum for critical thinking, sharing, and achieving understanding across diverse experiences."
Download the September edition of The Change Agent.