Fifteen years has passed since the 7/7 bombings. Today we stand alongside our emergency service partners to remember the 52 people who lost their lives and the hundreds injured. We remember them, we think of their loved ones and of all those who ran towards danger that morning.
“The statues really need to go,” the philosopher Susan Neiman said. “The idea that the statues are about history or heritage is ridiculous. We don’t memorialize every piece of our heritage. We pick out what we want people to remember.”
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DCBkpw6DiJ Animals are the true heroes. Horses rode into war fearlessly at the sound of a horn. RT *KlatuBaradaNiko As we remember and honour those who fought, let us also remember and honour the animals beside them. #LestWeForget #AnzacDay *BerryYNWA
What it's like to be a GE2020 campaign helper: Exhausting, but an experience to remember, says 'accidental' volunteer
Remember when you were 12 and you used to think those Mac filters for your pictures were cool haha ! Some people still do HA!
And remember if it’s by one direction and it’s a banger I probably wrote on it ? #8YearofOneDirection
We’ll always remember you Rosebowl. ARMY, We’re so beautiful and shined brighter than anyone else. We promise that we’ll come back. Thank U ?? 고마워요 아미 ??
Most people will rememberKobe as the magnificent athlete who inspired a whole generation of basketball players. But I will always remember him as a man who was much more than an athlete.
“Low plastic stool, cheap but delicious noodles, cold Hanoi beer.” This is how I’ll rememberTony. He taught us about food — but more importantly, about its ability to bring us together. To make us a little less afraid of the unknown. We’ll miss him.