(KCEN) -- An emotional video recounting the Fort Hood massacre is now circulating on the web.
It was made by the coalition of Fort Hood Heroes, a group of survivors and their families.
The video shows interviews with survivors and footage from November 5, 2009.
It calls on the Obama administration and government to be held accountable for missing the warning signs that Nidal Hasan was a threat.
They want the massacre officially labeled a terrorist attack.
Right now it's considered "workplace violence."
Fort Hood shooting survivor Spc. Dayna Roscoe said, "Recognize it as an act of terrorism for what it is because if we label it as something else it's not making it go away and it's not bringing awareness that needs to be brought up."
They say emails with known terrorists show proof that Hasan was interested in planning an attack.
They also want soldiers involved to receive Purple Hearts.