Former Twin Towers Chef Finds Recipe for Survival

By Melanie Eversley  Kevin Leary’s story is one of hope amid the 9/11 heartbreak. He survived a most horrific scene to come out on the other […]

‘I Was in Disbelief’: Photojournalist Velvet McNeil Tells Story of 9/11 Experience in Photo Exhibits

Special to NABJ Velvet McNeil took a few days off from her job at The Detroit News in September 2001 to travel to her hometown of […]

Remembering the Day that Changed the World Through the Eyes of a Former Police Officer

By Melanie Eversley The country knows Eric Adams might become New York’s second Black mayor. The Democrat will square off in November against anti-crime advocate Curtis […]

Filmmaker Spike Lee Reflects on 9/11 and Other Issues

By Ron Wynn With the 20th anniversary of 9/11, the worst terrorist attack ever on American soil looming, a lot of folks are offering analysis and […]

Behind the Scenes in a Newsroom on 9/11: How The Philadelphia Inquirer Newsroom Produced the Extra

By Sandra Dawson Long Weaver I did not lose a loved one or a dear friend on 9/11.  But like many others, I still recall very […]

Appreciating Life and Family on a Day of Tragedy

By Allison Davis Twenty years ago, I was Vice President of Dunbar Productions in partnership with CBS’s syndicated unit Eyemark. We developed television shows and documentaries […]

Disturbing Memories Come Back with Visit to Ground Zero

By Melanie Eversley For almost 20 years, this New Yorker managed to avoid Ground Zero. That ended one night when I took the wrong subway exit […]

20 Years Later: Black Journalists Reflect on 9/11 – NABJ Special Reports

20 years later, Black Journalists from the NABJ network of journalists report and reflect on 9/11 with exclusive reports for the National Association of Black Journalists. […]