"Proves that ordinary people can offer respect, assistance, and kindness to help others through even the worst crisis."
“It is just an incredible story of the way people help each other in a disaster.”
Jessica DuLong on making history in New York Harbor, an excerpt from "Saved at the Seawall"
Spontaneous. Urgent. Lifesaving: the preface to "Saved at the Seawall" excerpt.
Center for New York City Affairs
This Herculean effort went largely unnoticed by the media on 9/11 itself, and it was only in subsequent months and years that many people realized the boatlift had happened at all.
New York Magazine
A Q&A with Charlotte Bismuth
Charlotte Bismuth on Medium
An excerpt from "Saved in the Seawall" published in the Waterfront Alliance's publication with news and stories about the waterways of New York and New Jersey
A Q&A with Deborah Kalb Books
Deborah Kalb Books
LNP spoke with a tugboat operator who took part in the largest maritime rescue mission in U.S. history, as part of a series of pieces on the 20th anniversary of 9/11
LNP | LancasterOnline