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Man in the Red Bandana

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Man in the Red Bandana

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Man in the Red Bandana is a story of sacrifice, selflessness, and how the actions of Welles Crowther have touched and inspired others. On September 11, 2001 Crowther, who worked on the 104th floor of the South Tower, stayed behind to help others and tragically died in the lobby of the South Tower when it collapsed. He and his heroics only became known eight months after the tragedy due to a single, ordinary object: a red bandana. The film retraces the unique manner in which his actions were brought to light, as well as his last inspirational hour saving others from the upper reaches of the South Tower. Welles’ folk hero status is evident throughout the United States, including songs, artwork, and even babies that have been named in his honor.

Tickets: $8 (members), $13 (nonmembers)

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Introduction by Alison and Jefferson Crowther, parents of Welles Crowther
Wednesday, Sep. 13 2017, 7:30
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