Children born on 9/11 will vote for first time in November

More than 13,000 Americans were born into a world of turmoil on Sept. 11, 2001.

Members of Generation Z — those born in 1996 or later — were initially dubbed “Homelanders,” a moniker associated with their birth, the creation of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the more-than-a-decade-long “War on Terror.”

Now, 19 years later, many of those children have graduated from high school and are, once again, stepping out into an uncertain future.

In the middle of a global…

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