by Terry Richards

 

The most comprehensive Graphics and Demographics Report on 10-years after 9/11 I have seen. It’s a must read!

”On Sept. 11, 2001, we began to count new things, speak new words, think new thoughts and fear new threats. Our economy briefly shuddered, then soared, then crashed. We went to war and stayed there. The information on this page reminds us that the changes we thought were ushered in that terrible morning pale in comparison to the ones we never saw coming.”

BY SHERRI DAY/ST. PETERSBURG TIMES STAFF WRITER

GRAPHICS BY BILL DURYEA, DON MORRIS AND SUZETTE MOYER

Research by Caryn Baird, Carolyn Edds, Shirl Kennedy, John Martin and Natalie Watson | Interactive by Desiree Perry.