Also at the park was the National Unity Flag. It was pretty cool! Here is what is written about it.
The National Unity Flag stands nearly three stories high and measures over a thousand square feet and includes the flags of the fifty states and six U.S. districts. The flag includes the names of each victim of 9/11. In red ink, the firemen, blue ink for police officers, and black ink for civilians. In the center is the Statue of Liberty looking proudly to the heavens. The border of the National Unity Flag is red, white and blue, and states, "3046 Lost and 290,000,000 United." The National Unity Flag was envisioned after witnessing U.S. Congress stand hand-in-hand and sing "God Bless America" in response to the attacks on America September 11, 2001. The National Unity Flag was flown to Washington D.C. where all 100 US Senators signed it personally. This very moving and patriotic tribute to the victims of September 11 was envisioned and designed by Randy Cooney from Phoenix, Arizona. It was constructed by a high school teacher, Cathy Wallace, and a few of her students from Ironwood High School, and several adults from around the Valley. The National Unity Flag has been and will continue to be displayed throughout the country.