In the nearly 14 years since the tragedy of 9/11, it is important to keep in mind the victims and families that were affected that day.
The New York Times has done just that, in an interactive page that allows the reader to access the stories of each and every victim that was killed that day.
Portraits of Grief is a very well organized page that lets the viewer search alphabetically by last name.
It gives little blurbs about each victim and even quotes from family members, highlighting what they missed the most about what they lost.
It gives insight into the live's of each victim, giving them a story and something happy for people to remember.
9/11: The Reckoning also features of victims' families, following them to see where they are now, almost 14 years later.
New York Times does an excellent job giving a tribute to the victims of that day, and it is not to be missed.
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