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Jolie Kanat

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Jolie Kanat

Most people think of history as an agreed set of facts. But history never sits still. Ten years later is embryonic history, so the story of 9/11 is still being written. We are still in a kind of historical moment between, wrestling with choices that will write the story to come. That's what Jolie Kanat, a Marin County business manager, thought about when she considered how to remember 9/11.

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