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(KSL News) This week, the United States will mark one of the darkest moments in American history: the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
Utah high school students who saw the aftermath of 9/11 in television and newspaper reports were in elementary school at the time.
An honors history teacher at West High, Jose Bernado Fanjul, is one of several educators in Utah trying to offer a new perspective of 9/11. He plans to have four days of lessons and projects in his history classes about 9/11. He joined us tonight for Talking Point. To see the segment, play the video on this page.