Join us for a glass of wine and talk with Benjamin W. Starnes, Pentagon 9/11 first responder and a central figure in and contributor to American Phoenix by his brother Lincoln M. Starnes on August 10. Tickets are $40, and include entrance, a copy of the book, and a complimentary glass of wine.
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About American Phoenix
That day, I saw humanity at its best and worst. Humanity doesn’t have race, creed, or color—not when you look into the very souls of people.”–Christopher Braman, Army Sgt. 1st Class (ret.)
The terrorist attacks against the United States on September 11, 2001, were intended to tear apart the fabric of our country and our democracy. Instead, this brazen act served to show the world the heart of a nation and the true meaning of “united we stand.” The heroes at the Pentagon were extraordinary civilians and soldiers who made decisions to sacrifice their own safety to render aid to complete strangers. Twenty years later, these stories serve as a reminder of what it truly means to be American. Meticulously researched and told with respect and reverence, this book sheds light on the remarkable individuals and events of that day. Starting from the date the builders of the Pentagon broke ground on September 11, 1941, and culminating in the national Pentagon Memorial dedication in 2008, this is a tribute to those who sacrificed everything so that others might live.
About the Author
Lincoln M. Starnes lives in Georgia with his wife and daughter. He likes to sip Jack Daniels whiskey, play his guitar, and ride his Harley Davidson, but not in that order.
The location of this event is: 7650 SE 27th Street, STE.100. There is free parking behind the building and across the street. Please call 206-232-6920 if you have questions.