ReThink911 is a global public awareness campaign launched on September 1, 2013 to educate the public and galvanize support for a new investigation into the events of September 11, 2001. Led by the group Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth and supported by a coalition of organizations, ReThink911 raises public awareness by introducing viewers to the destruction of World Trade Center Building 7 and informing the public that over 2,000 architects and engineers have signed a petition calling for a new investigation into the destruction of Building 7 and the Twin Towers.
In September 2013, the ReThink911 campaign ran ads in 12 cities ads posing the simple question, “Did you know a 3rd tower fell on 9/11?” in reference to World Trade Center Building 7. ReThink911’s September 2013 ads included:
- A 54-foot-tall billboard at 47th Street and 7th Avenue in New York’s Times Square,
- 45 taxi top ads in Washington D.C.
- 60 taxi top ads in Boston,
- 30 taxi top ads in Chicago,
- A billboard on Dallas’ Stemmons Freeway near the Feizy Center,
- 100 poster on San Francisco’s Bay Area Rapid Transit
- A mobile billboard in San Diego and Los Angeles from Sept. 5 to Sept. 11
- A 60-foot-tall billboard in Toronto’s Dundas Square,
- 300 posters on Ottawa buses,
- 8 transit shelter posters in downtown Vancouver,
- A billboard and four street boards in downtown London, and,
- 150 street posters in downtown Sydney.
At the tail end of the successful September 2013 campaign, ReThink911 raised $25,000 in three days to keep the ReThink911 billboard in Times Square through the month of October. ReThink911 then raised $24,000 in three days in late October to sponsor a billboard across the street from the New York Times Building and Port Authority during the month of November, and since extended the billboard through December. The billboard asks the New York Times about its lack of coverage of questions concerning the destruction of World Trade Center Building 7.
In November, ReThink911 successfully raised $75,000 for a major winter campaign in Ottawa and Toronto. In Ottawa, ReThink911 ads will be seen on the backsides of 40 buses from December 12 to January 9. In Toronto, the ads will run throughout the month of January on 800 bus and subway cars.
ReThink911 will continue to launch new ad campaigns every one to two months until awareness of Building 7’s destruction becomes widespread.
ReThink911 is supported by a coalition of organizations from around the world — including organizations representing scientific and technical professionals, local 9/11 groups, and family members of 9/11 victims. Please contact us if your organization would like to join the ReThink911 coalition. The ReThink911 coalition includes the following organizations:
Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth
Remember Building 7 / NYC CAN
9/11 Consensus Panel
Journal of 9/11 Studies
Scholars for 9/11 Truth and Justice
Scientists for 9/11 Truth
Firefighters for 9/11 Truth
Political Leaders for 9/11 Truth
Medical Professionals for 9/11 Truth
Citizens Aware and Asking
Association for Nine Eleven Truth Awareness
9/11 Justice Canada
9/11 Journey for Truth
Citizens for an Informed Community
Greater Boston Alliance for 9/11 Truth and Justice
DC 9/11 Truth
Colorado 9/11 Visibility
Minnesota 9/11 Truth
San Diegans for 9/11 Truth
Connecticut for 9/11 Truth
Northern California 9/11 Truth Alliance
9/11 Truth Seattle
Vernon 9/11 Truth
9/11 Truth Central Iowa
Tennessee 9/11 Truth
North Texans for 9/11 Truth
9/11 Truth Norway
The ReThink911 coalition is nonpartisan. ReThink911 does not necessarily endorse the views and opinions expressed by its member organizations or supporters.