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"We wanted to bring Emory together as a university to commemorate the anniversary as one community," says Paul Root Wolpe, director of the Center for Ethics, which is one of several entities, including Religious Life, Emory Law and others, that organized the program.
"We were looking for the many ways to appeal to the hearts, minds and souls of the Emory community," Wolpe says.
Edward Queen, director of ethics and servant leadership in the Center of Ethics and a participant in the "Memory and Memorialization" panel, perhaps best sums up the feelings of many as the anniversary approaches.
"September 11 was a horror that cut across all aspects of society—ethically, socially, environmentally, religiously," he says. "It's important that we all remember those victimized by this tragedy and honor them."
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