On the anniversary of the September 11th terror attacks, Americans remember the 2,977 innocent lives lost and the countless first responders who worked tirelessly on ground zero. It has been nineteen years, and the consequences of that fateful day remain ingrained in American society.
Author: Satanai Aloush
Satanai is a senior at UCLA pursuing a major in Political Science with a concentration on American politics and a minor in History. She aspires to become a civil rights attorney and work on criminal justice reform.
The coronavirus pandemic has revealed the weaknesses of government institutions around the world, especially in Palestine. Hardship is nothing new to Palestinians living under occupation, but COVID-19 has presented new challenges that exposed the vulnerability of their healthcare system.