The impact of the environmental disaster after 911 will continue for years. The health of those who were exposed to the toxic dust and told that the "Air was safe to breathe" and the continuing coverup of the problems has not been adequately reported in the mainstream media. Those who were most affected are often the least able to get the help they need.
9/11 Dust: A Healing Journey
In the followup film "9/11 Dust: A Healing Journey" fimmaker Penny Little sought to show solutions, and asks how those directedly affected by WTC related illness, and all of us still grieving, can heal from 9/11.
In 911: Dust and Deceit at the WTC, Lttle interviews numerous experts, victims, and ground zero workers.
DR. CATE JENKINS, PhD, a 22-year specialist with the EPA's Hazardous Waste Identification Division and the author of a 432-page memo to the EPA's Inspector General as background documentation for the recently released IG report.
ROBERT GULACK, a lawyer for the US Securities and Exchange Commission. He worked in Tower 7, left before the collapse.
RON ELUMN, Lower Manhattan resident who suffers from chemical asthma from inhaling dust from 9/11, He toured the world as a backup singer with the Inkspots. Now, he can barely talk.
HUGHES an artist, formerly managed high-powered website development, volunteered
at Ground Zero, worked within blocks of the World Trade Center, now spends
most of her time doing medical "protocols" , going to doctors.
Rachel's Picture Gallery coming soon.
McARDLE, Uniformed Firefighters Association, “We did a very good job of taking care of the dead after September 11,” he said. “But we’re
doing a very bad job of taking care of the living.”