During Friday’s Democratic Weekly Address, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) stated that essential workers who are fighting the coronavirus, “communities working together to distribute food and lift each other up[,]” and “people taking to the streets, marching for justice” are “everyday heroes” “stepping up to help their country.”
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“I’m Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, and I’m proud to represent New York in the United States Senate.
Nineteen years ago, a sunny September morning turned to horror – and our state, and our country, were forever changed.
September 11th was a terrifying day. We lost nearly 3,000 men, women, and children. They were our parents and siblings, our sons and daughters, our friends and our neighbors.
Today, I join you in honoring those who we lost, but will never forget. That day, we experienced the darkest of moments, but we also witnessed the best of America.
We saw it in