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The Internet pays tribute to Boston Marathon victims and survivors with #BostonStrong

Boston keeps moving forward. 


Audra Schroeder


One year ago today, the city of Boston was forever altered after two bombs exploded at the finish line of the Boston Marathon. Yesterday, The Boston Globe was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for their breaking news coverage of the bombing, and today they published an interactive feature profiling the survivors and first responders.

On Twitter, the hashtag #BostonStrong is trending today, in remembrance of those lost and those who survived. This morning, all five major Boston sports teams sent a #BostonStrong tweet at the same time.

We’re all on the same team. #BostonStrong

— Boston Red Sox (@RedSox) April 15, 2014

A live tribute to the victims was held today, and a moment of silence will take place this afternoon, at 2:49 p.m. ET.

Instead of letting tragedy break you, you made a simple choice – to keep running. #NeverStop #BostonStrong

— Pat Tillman Fnd (@pattillmanfnd) April 15, 2014

A year later and it’s still my favorite picture #BostonStrong

— New England Girl (@NEGirlprobz) April 15, 2014

We honor the survivors, first responders & others who helped in the time of need #bostonstrong @BostonGlobe photo

— MEMA (@MassEMA) April 15, 2014

On this day – we remember all those impacted by the attack one year ago. God Bless us all. We are #BostonStrong.

— Boston Police Dept. (@bostonpolice) April 15, 2014

Took this while covering the start of the race at Hopkinton on that fateful day last year. #BostonStrong

— Matthew Reitman (@matthewreitman) April 15, 2014

Dear World, a love letter from Boston marathon bombing survivors. from Dear World on Vimeo.


Screengrab via Dear World/Vimeo 

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