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  • Posted September 9, 2011

    Highly Recommend it to all.

    Very powerful book. Very detailed to the bone. By the way they should leave race out of there reviews here. Its always about black this hispanic this. Im hispanic and I dont look for stuff to put racist on it. Great book.

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  • Posted September 8, 2011

    Recomend it for it great use of Black & White Portraits

    I received Time Magazine Commemorative issue Beyond 9/11. Not sure if it is the same one I have that is in a magazine format.

    I would like to say what most of the staff memeber in the place I work had to say about it.

    There seems to be a significant absence of black and hispanics in most of the commemorative issues for the 9/11. I brought the magazine in the work and one of the staff members said right away I hate to open it because I know there will not be any blacks in it. I said ofcourse there are. And I was fabbergasted that he was right!

    I had never noticed it but you as a large media magazine must be aware of this. Why does Time Magazine not care? There were many blacks, chinesse and Latine heroes during the 9/11 yet now that I am actually paying attention I see the total lack of them in books, commemorative anything. It is very disheartening.

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