10 Years After Sept. 11th: What Have We Learned?
10 Years After 9/11: What Have We Learned? In the days just after September 11th, 2001, Charlotte Talks and other programs scrambled to make sense of that terrible day and why it happened. We endeavored to learn as much as possible about al Qaeda, about simmering tensions in the Middle East and their relation to our foreign policy, and about our porous borders. Ten years and two wars out, we look back on what we knew then, what we've learned and how that knowledge - and 9/11 itself - changed us. Guests Dr. Cindy Combs - Expert on terrorism and Professor in the Dept. of Political Science at UNC Charlotte Dr. Justin Conrad - Assistant Professor in the Dept. of Political Science and Public Administration at UNC Charlotte Add and read comments Homeland Charlotte: How Secure Are We? WFAE Public Conversation This free community forum will examine the state of homeland security in Charlotte/Mecklenburg ten years after the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11th. Thursday Sept. 8th at 7pm at the Charlotte Police and Fire Training Academy. Event registration.