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FROM THE GROUND UP
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 AT 10 PM
EIGHT, ARIZONA PBS

Ten years after 9/11, five FDNY widows look forward with hope. Maureen created a foundation and group homes for autistic children. Una built a library. Andrea traveled to Rwanda to help thousands of that country's widows. Sally and her in-laws raised millions to help orphans and vets.   From the Ground Up airs Wednesday, September 7, 2011 at 10 p.m. on Eight.

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