Today marks the 22nd anniversary of the tragic events of September 11, 2001, a day that forever changed our nation and the world. As we pause to remember and reflect on this solemn occasion, I want to reach out to each and every one of you to honor the memory of those we lost and to reaffirm our commitment to unity, resilience, and hope.
The horrific attacks on that fateful day shook us to our core, but they also demonstrated the strength and resilience of the American spirit. We witnessed acts of heroism, compassion, and unity that continue to inspire us today.
In College Park, we stand together as a diverse and vibrant community, bound by our shared values of inclusivity and support. Let us remember that in the face of adversity, we can come together, support one another, and emerge stronger.
Today, I ask you to take a moment to remember the lives lost, the families forever changed, and the first responders who bravely answered the call. Let us also reflect on the lessons learned from that day—lessons of unity, compassion, and the importance of cherishing our freedoms and each other.
As we move forward, let us carry the memory of 9/11 with us as a reminder of the enduring power of hope and resilience. Together, we can build a better future for our community and our nation.