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A Widow’s Tale: Real Lives and the Tragedy of Terrorism

Newsrooms and news reporters too frequently convey the tragic news of those that die in acts of terror, but they have never really told the whole story. Left grossly unstated after the heartbreaking deaths of thousands of Americans have been … Continue reading

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The Peter C. Alderman Foundation: “Because Peter Lived, the World is a Better Place”

On September 11, 2001, Stephen and Elizabeth Alderman of Westchester County, New York were in the midst of touring southern France, enjoying a 2 week vacation intended to honor Stephen’s 60th birthday. While visiting the medieval French village of Rousillon, … Continue reading

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