When asked if non-Indigenous environments created safety some responses included: We should be doing that in our organisations.
This book is a graphic representation of the unfortunate events that took place on September 11, Two major themes in this book are terrorism and failures by the U. The first theme was terrorism. The authors use a lot of evidence in the book about terrorism and what the causes and the effects are. The second major theme was that the U.
The book starts with a description of what happened during the 20 year period before September 11th concerning terrorists groups like Al Qaeda.
Osama Bin-Laden was the head of the Al Qaeda terrorist group. Osama Bin-Laden was not happy with Americans being in Saudi Arabia because he thought American culture did not belong there. Then inAl Qaeda bombed the U. S embassies in Kenya and Tanzania. The authors show enough evidence to get the reader to realize that Al Qaeda hated the U.
The first plane hit one twin tower. The explosion killed all of its crew and passengers on the plane as well as people in the offices above the 92nd floor.
Fourteen minutes later another plane hit the second twin tower killing everyone on board and many people in the building. Later, a plane struck one corner of the Pentagon killing and injuring many people.
The last plane was scheduled to crash into the White House, but the passengers took over the plane from the hijackers and crashed in a field in Pennsylvania.
The end of the book summarizes all the things the U.
Failure in policy meant that the U. Failure in imagination meant that people were not thinking about the different ways terrorists could attack. Failure in capabilities meant that the U. Also, I felt like the authors tried so hard to make a report into a graphic novel. Perhaps, the book should have just been a report or a regular chapter book.
I also thought that the artwork in the book was good because it gave a good visual representation. I would suggest that if you read this book, you should be at least over I am almost 13 and parts of this book were very difficult and confusing.
Overall I would give this book a two out of ten mostly because of the organization.M any pilots and aviation professionals have expressed significant criticism of the 9/11 Commission Report.
Several even allege government complicity in the terrible acts of 9/ This page of the website is a collection of their statements. The website does not represent any organization and it should be made clear that none of these individuals are affiliated with this website.
The report is also available in bookstores nationwide and from the Government Printing Office. Frequently Asked Questions about the report are answered on this site. Commission Report. This webpage provides responsible criticism of the 9/11 Commission Report by survivors of 9/11 and family members of those who perished.
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Nearly three thousand people died in the terrorist attacks of September 11, In Lower Manhattan The book has /5().
The idea of cultural safety envisages a place or a process that enables a community to debate, to grapple and ultimately resolve the contemporary causes of lateral violence without fear or coercion. The eagerly awaited release of The 9/11 Commission Report has caused an avalanche of press coverage, but nearly all of the media commentary has omitted one important attribute of this instant bestseller: its readability.
For once, our government has produced a report designed for the public that it purports to serve. By comparison, the Starr Commission Report was a confusing hodgepodge cobbled 3/5(11).