September 11 Digital Archive

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  • Collection: September 11 Digital Archive Collected Reports

This Carnegie Endowment for International Peace report explores immigration issues in the wake of 9/11. The author argues, "to combat terrorism, the United States must strengthen the weak links in its immigration system. This effort should…

This article by Ruth Wedgwood of the Political Science Quarterly critically examines the U.S. detainment of al Qaeda prisoners and others accused of visa violations or of being enemy combatants

Pakistan's turn against Al Qaeda makes it more vulnerable to terrorist attack.

"SAALT, a national non-profit organization dedicated to fostering leadership and civic engagement among South Asian Americans, produced this exhaustive report documenting press coverage of bias incidents and violent hate crimes that occurred in the…

[pdf document, Paul J. Lioy, et al., 2002] This report was written by Paul J. Lioy and 19 other scientists from Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute of New Jersey, Rutgers University and several other universities and research…

[pdf document, International Union of Operating Engineers, 2001] A flyer for those involved in WTC cleanup as well as downtown residents, about protecting oneself against asbestos contamination. Produced by the Operating Engineers National Hazmat…

Testimony before the U. S. Senate, Committee on Foreign Relations, Subcommittee on Central Asia and the Southern Caucasus.

This memo outlines a strategy for defeating the new terrorism, located in networks such as al-Qaeda, which use terrorism in order to catalyze political-cultural polarization and mobilization.

Study analyzing economic impact of 9/11 on New York City

Testimony before the New York State Assembly Standing Committee on Economic Development and the Assembly Standing Committee on Small Business

Ann Clwyd presents British Labour Party perspectives into U.S. policy toward Afghanistan, the Israeli- Palestinian conflict, detention of enemy combatants, and related issues.

CED sponsors a conference that examines the challenges that small businesses and entrepreneurs are facing in the post-9/11 economy.

[pdf document, Association of the Bar of the City of New York, March 2002] Information about death certificates, unemployment and workers' compensation, taxes, immigration and other legal issues which might be faced by those affected by the WTC…

The author explores what is driving hate and violence from the Middle East to the United States.

More than 600 concerned citizens,
civic leaders and public officials
from throughout the metropolitan
region came together on February 7,
2002, for the first Listening to the City
forum. This modern town hall meeting
brought together…

[pdf document, Cate Jenkins, EPA Hazardous Waste Identification Division, December 19, 2001] This memo describes wipe sampling for asbestos in Lower Manhattan, projects airborne levels from settled WTC dusts, and estimates increased cancer risks…

[pdf document, Robert J. Martin, 2002] Memo from Robert J. Martin, National Ombudsman to to EPA Region II Administrator Jane M. Kenny on March 27, 2002. This report charges that the EPA had "abandoned its responsibilities for cleaning up…

Representatives from over 50 New York labor unions, community groups, research and advocacy organizations, and service providers offer guidelines to shape the redevelopment of the WTC site.

The author -- an analyst with the Arms Trade Resource Center -- argues that President Bush's military budget increase and the war time "unity" on Capitol Hill have created an environment in which weapons makers can enjoy the best of both worlds--…

[pdf document Cate Jenkins, EPA Hazardous Waste Identification Division, January 11, 2002] Topics include: asbestos in Manhattan compared to Libby Superfund site; why cleanup of WTC contamination is ineffective to date; advantages of cleanup under…
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