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Some Cope, Some Quake, in Attacks' Aftermath

Student Aatifa Khan / Photo by Sonia Kumar

Student Aatifa Khan: "Tolerance isn't enough." (Photo by Sonia Kumar)

A month after the attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon, many Marylanders live with fears while they anxiously await the next disaster. 

Series: Tragedies' Footprints:
World Trade Center Survivor Views Days Differently  

Student Works to Foster Understanding Between Muslims and Other Americans

Marylander Who Survived Pentagon Attack Finds It Hard to Work

Extras:  Photo Gallery | Anthrax Quiz | Bin Laden Quiz

More Background Stories from Capital News Service:

BWI to Get New Explosive Detectors (Nov. 14, 2001)

With Anthrax Cleanup Delayed, Md. Offices Continue to Get Brentwood Mail (Nov. 12, 2001)

Police Protect World's Oldest Operating Airport (Nov. 9, 2001)

Bioterror Hotlines Close as Anthrax Hysteria Fades (Nov. 8, 2001)

Counties Seek Federal Help for Response to Terror (Oct. 26, 2001)

Md. Post Offices Get Mail, After Anthrax Closes D.C. Facility (Oct. 23, 2001)

Empty Anthrax Tower Stands as Reminder of Biological Weapons History (Oct. 21, 2001)

Terror Victims' Families May Get Help in Settling Estates (Oct. 12, 2001)

Maryland Students Join Millions Nationwide to Pause for Pledge of Allegiance (Oct. 12, 2001)

World's Oldest Operating Airport Imperiled (Oct. 12, 2001)

Anne Arundel Man's Gift Sends Officers to N.Y. (Oct. 11, 2001)

Governor Announces Boosts to Tourism Industry (Oct. 10, 2001)

Reagan National Airport Reopens to Cheers (Oct. 4, 2001)

College Campuses Share in 'Unprecedented' Rise in CIA Recruitment (Oct. 3, 2001)

Bartlett Says U.S. Should Help Afghan Resistance (Oct. 2, 2001)

Early Detection Key to Fighting Bioterrorism (Sept. 30, 2001)

State Police, National Guard, to Protect Airports (Sept. 27, 2001)

Md. Reservists Called to Active Duty (Sept. 26, 2001)

Officials Say It's Time to Reopen National Airport (Sept. 26, 2001)

Md. Biotech Firms Could Be on Front Line of New War (Sept. 24, 2001)

One Town Grieves for Five Lost in Attack (Sept. 23, 2001)

Md. Delegation Welcomes Bush's Call for Unity (Sept. 20, 2001)

Maryland Tourism Industry Suffers (Sept. 20, 2001)

Airlines Ask for Billions in Aid to Head off Bankruptcies (Sept. 19, 2001)

Airport Owners Panic Over Plummeting Profits (Sept. 19, 2001)

USNS Comfort Provides Respite for Workers (Sept. 18, 2001)

Synagogues Take Extra Precautions (Sept. 18, 2001)

Maryland Search and Rescue Team Returns From Pentagon (Sept. 18, 2001)

Investors Turn to Gold and Bonds (Sept. 17, 2001)

Muslim and Arab Americans Struggle to Cope (Sept. 16, 2001)

Another 20 Missing at Pentagon (Sept. 14, 2001)

Navy Releases Names of Six Marylanders Missing at Pentagon (Sept. 13, 2001)

BWI and Dulles Resume Flights (Sept. 13, 2001)

Schools Try to Get Back to Business (Sept. 13, 2001)

Some Channel Their Anger into Patriotism (Sept. 12, 2001)

Donors Wait Hours to Give Blood (Sept. 12, 2001)

A Subdued Capitol Hill Goes Back to Work After Attack (Sept. 12, 2001)

Gun and Ammo Sales Spike (Sept. 12, 2001)  

Governor Evacuates Statehouse, Declares State of Emergency (Sept. 11, 2001)

Gridlock Strikes Region in Wake of Airplane Attacks (Sept. 11, 2001)

Attacks, Evacuations Leave Washington Tourists, Workers Dazed and Worried (Sept. 11, 2001)  

Military Surplus Stores Report Brisk Business in Survival Gear (Sept. 11, 2001)  

Attacks Close Some Md. School Systems (Sept. 11, 2001)

U. of Md. Students Express Shock, Fear Over Attacks (Sept. 11, 2001)

Shoppers Crowd Area Groceries in Search of Staples After Offices Shut Down (Sept. 11, 2001)

Students React Angrily As Campus Stays Open (Sept. 11, 2001)






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Published 09/13/01; last updated: 11/29/01 07:11 PM

Special report produced by Sonia Kumar, Kim Harris and Kathleen Johnston; edited by Chris Harvey (Web) and Steve Crane and Adrianne Flynn (print)

Copyright 2001 University of Maryland College of Journalism. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without permission is prohibited.

Bonus Web Links:

The White House provides news and information on its attack response and gives the text of the president's address to a joint session of Congress on Sept. 20.

The FBI published a Most Wanted Terrorists list and set up a hotline for people who may have information about Tuesday's attacks.

Baltimore/Washington International Airport terminals reopened shortly after the terrorist strikes. Check for real-time departure schedules.

Washington Dulles International and Reagan National also list real-time flight information.

The Federal Aviation Administration lists airports that meet its tougher requirements.

American Airlines posted a preliminary passenger list for flights involved in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency provides  information on how to talk to your children about the attacks.

The Red Cross has info on places where you can donate blood and on organizations in need of volunteers.