9/11 - there is almost no other date in American history that evokes such horrific memories. For Americans, feeling vulnerable at home was a shock to the collective psyche and had not been experienced since Pearl Harbor. New York was hit the worst - a city that had always represented cosmopolitanism and liberty. More than 2,700 people died in the World Trade Center alone, and those who escaped the terror of that day have processed the tragedy in many different ways. From patriotic and civil liberties, religion and tolerance, to education and a sense of justice, 9/11 has seemingly shifted American society into a fury of debate. "Nothing like it was - New York 15 years after 9/11" portrays people whose lives have dramatically changed after 9/11.