American Institute of Architects

AE911Truth Sees AIA Defeat as a First Step, a Learning Experience

 

Future Strategy May Involve Approaching Individual AIA Chapters

"I was trying to appeal to the emotional side of these people, to their integrity, to the things that have brought them to the profession of architecture." — Richard Wallace

Undeterred by the sound defeat of its Building 7 resolution at the American Institute of Architects annual convention in May, Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth is already considering new ways to approach and educate the AIA’s members over the next year. "We think there are possibilities," says Ted Walter, AE911Truth's director of strategy and development. "There are ways to restructure the resolution. There are also ways, in working with people at the local chapters, to come up with more effective strategies for outreach over the next nine-to-twelve months."

9/11 Free Fall Radio: Richard Gage responds to those who opposed the AIA WTC 7 resolution

Richard Gage, AIA, founder and CEO of Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth, sits down with Andy Steele to discuss the recent AIA resolution vote regarding WTC 7 and responds to the objections of those who spoke out in opposition of the resolution before the vote was taken.

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AIA 2007 Convention in San Antonio, TX on May 3-5, 2007

This looks like an event that definitely should be attended by as many 9/11 Truthers and members of Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth (http://ae911truth.org/) as possible.

AIA 2007 conference in San Antonio, TX: http://www.aiaconvention.com/aia_splash/2007/index.html

My 9/11 truth activist friend and former 2006 Congressional District 28 candidate, Ron Avery (http://www.ronavery.us/), made me aware of this American Institute of Architects (AIA) conference which is scheduled to have quite a few architects and structural engineers in attendance, including Al Gore as one of several important keynote speakers.

Ron Avery plans to distribute flyers at the conference describing why architects and structural engineers should be outraged at the suggestion that such well-constructed and stable buildings as WTC 1, 2, & 7 were in actuality, as the 9/11 attacks supposedly show, weak and poorly-designed.

He also plans to exhibit his model of the WTC complex which he has been working on for quite a few years: