Changed Forever 9/11 | Promo
Twenty years ago, 9/11 changed the world. People struggled to make sense of the terrible acts, and to rebuild their lives in its aftermath. After the death of his father, David Filipov goes to Afghanistan where a Pop-Tart takes on a whole new meaning; psychology professor Michael Sargent confronts his biases on an airplane; and Jude Treder-Wolff finds seeds of hope to fuel her work as a therapist.
- [Narrator] Next time on "Stories From the Stage."
- I heard the click of a seatbelt
being released to my right,
my head swiveled, and I saw him on his feet
rushing into the aisle.
- And I start to feel this wave of dread
and my heart is heavy.
This is why I didn't wanna come here.
- It's five weeks after 9/11,
and that means 15 days after the memorial service
for my father, who was on the first plane.
(upbeat piano music)