Ken Greene, a former Assistant Director of Aviation at the Port Authority, who received that agency’s Civilian Commendation Medal for his heroism on the day of the 9/11 attack, speaks out about life in America before, during and after the World Trade Center tower walls fell. “A lot changed on that day,” Ken recalls. “If only for a brief moment, the walls of prejudice, ignorance, and division came down. As we helped each other, no one cared about race, color or religion. We were simply people doing everything we could to assist one another through an unimaginable crisis. We all became true Americans.” But….