Audio Recordings Interview with Candace Economou, Michigan, November 22, 2001

Format Audio Recordings
Contributors Economou, Candace
Skoutelas, Athena
Dates 2001
Location Michigan
Language English
Subjects Assassination
Bin Laden, Osama
Emigration and Immigration
Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald)
Personal Narratives
Qaida (Organization)
September 11 Terrorist Attacks
Interview with Candace Economou, Michigan, November 22, 2001
Contributor Names
Skoutelas, Athena (Interviewer)
Economou, Candace (Interviewee)
Created / Published
November 22, 2001
Subject Headings
-  Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-2011
-  Emigration and immigration
-  September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001
-  Qaida (Organization)
-  Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963--Assassination
-  Interviews
-  Personal narratives
-  Michigan
Personal narratives
-  Sound Recording, Non-Music.
-  Interviewee occupation: High School History Teacher.
-  Summary: Candace Economou was teaching when a secretary informed her of the September 11 attacks. Her class saw the second plane strike the World Trade Center on television. She talks about how she responded to the tragedy in terms of educating her students and how the event has made the students more attuned to world events. She believes the psychological impact of the attacks will be comparable to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
Call Number
AFC 2001/015: sr213a
Source Collection
September 11, 2001 Documentary Project Collection (AFC 2001/015)
American Folklife Center
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