September 10, 2011

Women and 9/11: Special Reports

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Ten years ago, Women’s eNews’ offices were on the border of the area evacuated after the attacks on the World Trade Center. Our reporting team seized the moment to ensure that women’s voices were part of the news coverage of that day and its aftermath, including the series: Women at Ground Zero.
 
Stories to include in the series:
 
1. The Day After, We Are Better Prepared to Unite By Caryl Rivers
 
2. High Priority To Anti-Abortion Anthrax Mail By Frederick Clarkson
 
3. Birth Helpers to Aid Pregnant Sept. 11 Survivors By Phoebe Nobles
 
4. New York’s Female Leaders Express Sorrow, Hope By Cynthia Cooper
 
5. Sept. 11’s Immigrant Widows Lose U.S. Visas By Asjylyn Loder
 
6. AP Photographer Captures Human Toll of Sept. 11 By Maya Dollarhide
 
7. Women at Ground Zero: Rescuers, Rebuilders By Maya Dollarhide
 
8. Daughters Bereft by Mothers Lost on Sept. 11 By Jordan Lite
 
9. Firefighter Berkman Is Two Kinds of a Hero By Maya Dollarhide
 
10. Red Cross Volunteer Listened to Grief, Rage By Maya Dollarhide
 

AP Photo-Amy Sancetta
 

11. EMS Worker Now Shuns Reality TV Disaster Series By Maya Dollarhide
 
12. Women in Black Stand Silent, Oppose War, Reprisal By Cynthia L. Cooper
 
13. Chaplain Comforts Rescuers, Struggles for Answers By Maya Dollarhide
 
14. Using E-mail List, Shulock Finds 3,000 Volunteers By Maya Dollarhide
 
15. Ironworker George Cleared Debris With Her Hands By Maya Dollarhide
 
16. Partners of Sept. 11 Victims Denied Compensation By Chris Lombardi
 
17. Working Women on Front Lines of America’s New War By Caryl Rivers
 
18. This Time, the Brother Is a Sister By Peggy F. Drexler

 

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