Essay: The Day After 9/11

Posters of support placed by neighbours outside the Idris mosque, Seattle. (Photo by Julia-Grace Sanders) The day after the September 11, 2001 attacks, we did not leave the apartment because we were worried that Americans angry at Muslims would attack my sister-in-law, who wore a hijab. I lived in Seattle at the time and my brother and his wife were visiting me and my (now ex) husband.

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