The Wall honoring the Vietnam veterans in Washington, D.C.
Freedom Towers: Should we add a wall?
Basically many people died in the towers and many people want away to have a place to walk around; to honor the dead and to feel that a candle is lighted for their presence quite literally.
I talked to my bookseller here today and she is of the same mind as Dawn and Angela. They would like to have a memorail for these people; that is why they mention a park with lights on.My friend here alos mentioned the possibility of adding a wall like the wall that honors the Vietnam veterans in Washington ,D.C.
It is a tactile way to be able to look at the names and feel that by going there and reading names and leaving flowers or something that you are with them. I have also seen people bringing paper just to trace the name of thier loved one.
So if we people on the Internet were to search for a group to market this idea to the public(not unlike what Tom Hanks did such a good job of with the museum honoring WWII) would that fill the bill? would you like it enough to go? Or what would work for you?
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