We all can remember where we were when we first heard about the 9/11 terrorist attacks. We all remember the first images we saw of the destruction. We all remember how we felt that day and in the weeks thereafter. We all remember how we were changed by that one morning.
Is it possible that our best hope for improving America’s image among the citizens of the Middle East lies not in propaganda or visits by Hillary Clinton, but instead in efforts like student exchange programs, collaborative arts projects, or even Desperate Housewives?