"9 11 Tribute In Light"
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'Tribute In Light' Equipment Tested In Lower Manhattan
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9/11 Tribute In Light Back On After Getting Setup Support
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Several Organizations Offer To Organize 9/11 Light Tribute After Event's Cancellation
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9/11 Families Fighting To Keep Tribute In Light Annual Remembrance
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9/11 Tribute In Light Canceled
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Equipment For 9/11 Tribute In Light Tested In Lower ManhattanThis year's tribute was almost canceled due to health concerns.
9/11 Tribute In Light Back On After Museum Gets Additional COVID-19 ResourcesThe Tribute In Light had been cancelled because organizers had concerns about staff being able to mount the installation properly during the pandemic. [ more › ]
9/11 Tribute In Light Will Go On After Receiving Assistance From New York StateThe 9/11 Memorial & Museum initially said the annual tribute would not happen next month because it would put the production crew's health at risk.
Tunnel to Towers CEO, who lost brother on 9/11, says light beam tribute will happen: 'We got this'After the official 9/11 "Tribute in Light" was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, Tunnel to Towers Foundation CEO Frank Siller stepped up and said his organization won't let that happen.
9/11 Tribute In Light Won’t Shine In 2020, A First In 18 Years“The health risks during the pandemic were far too great." [ more › ]
Geraldo Rivera laments NYC cancelling 9/11 light tribute: 'Kind of a surrender'New York City's decision to cancel the 9/11 "Tribute in Light" was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic but Fox News correspondent-at-large Geraldo Rivera told "Fox & Friends" he thinks it has..
9/11 Tribute In Light Canceled Due To Coronavirus FearsMichael Frazier, a spokesman for National September 11 Memorial & Museum, said organizers were concerned about the health risks to workers who would set up the display.