There isn't a person who was named that created this picture but it was created in remembrance of the tragedy of September 11th. The person who created this was able to create a lot more relating to the same topic. Each one is different in their only way because they each tell a different story. When I saw the political cartoon above I knew I had to use it because it was very impressive to see the detail and the message behind it. During the attacks, many innocent lives were killed but many survived because of the bravery of the New York Firefighters. They risked their lives and in their heavy armor they carried people out, saving their lives and many other. They gave hope and positive thought to those who thought there was no way out. The cartoonist wanted to share the thought and recognize all of those heroes that rescued many during the fires and attacks. MLA Citation: “The World Trade Center Disaster, September 11, 2001.” LAFIRE.COM Welcomes You to the Los Angeles Fire Department Historical Archive., lafire.com/famous_fires/2001-0911_WTC/2001-0911_WTC.htm.
The poem South Tower, 96th Floor, Corner Office by F. John Sharp was created during the recovery of the September 11th attacks. The poem was meant to capture the audience of poets that it's important to use a real life even in a poem because it brings life to it. The official date of when this poem was released wasn't found but it was dedicated to the ones that were on the highest levels and what they felt. Sharp was able to create this poem with true feeling because he talks about feeling no other option but to "fly". Many lives were lost because of the desperation of not being about to get out. The lives of many were slipping out of their hands and they saw no other choice but to jump. They tried to run to a place where they could breathe but they could find it. Sharp really put himself in the shoes of many who were not able find an escape from the hell they were going through. MLA Citation: “POETRY AND PROSE FROM IN POSSE REVIEW.” The Prose Poem, www.webdelsol.com/InPosse/sharpterrorist.htm. Picture: https://www.google.com/search?q=twin+tower+collapse&rlz=1C1GGRV_enUS797US797&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjS-LCZ4s7bAhVFHTQIHYA2AYwQ_AUIDCgD&biw=1600&bih=769&safe=active&ssui=on#imgrc=YwLT0vg7DSxExM:
Flying by Living Colour was created in the memory of those who had the courage to put an end to their life. Living Colour was released in 2003. They wanted to impact the lives of many with this song because music was and still is very impactful. The song was to remember the lives and for the fans to put themselves in the shoes of those who jumped out the windows. The song starts with the lyrics "I jumped out the window to get to the parking lot, I'm writing this little song on my way down, never in my life have I felt a heat so hot, I had to get out." As I heard that I knew where the song was going. Living Colour used the perfect lyrics because each word had meaning to it. The song had an upbeat positive music but the lyrics changed the meaning of the song. Living Colour knew what they were doing and they had a great idea of singing as if they themselves were falling, they put themselves in the shoes of many of those who suffered. MLA Citation: “Living Colour - Flying.” YouTube, 6 May 2011, youtu.be/b_f_8Wqb2SY.
Robert Clark, an amazing photographer, that captured the worst and scariest moments during the 9/11 attacks. Clark took pictures that impacted many and they were fascinated by the angles he would take them from. He is a fantastic photographer and he has been recognized for the talent he has. When I looked at the pictures taken by Clark there were some that extremely impactful photos that made me realize how bad 9/11 was actually. Clark risked life in order to get those pictures and publicize them so that others, like I, get a glimpse at the reality of 9/11. There is one photo in particular, which was a picture in of the crowd looking at the sky. That picture was meaningful to me because I saw that even though the crowd was mixed with different races and different social statuses everyone had the same feels of terror. MLA Citation: TIME Photo Department. “9/11: The Photographs That Moved Them Most.” Time, Time, 8 Sept. 2011, time.com/3449480/911-the-photographs-that-moved-them-most/.
In this opinion article, the writer really emphasize that the reason why older people are really sick now it's because of 9/11. Their opinion was negative because they had a clear message that most people who experienced the tragedy in 9/11, don't have the medical insurance they need know due to the derby that was falling. Many firefighters and others need that type of medical actin but they don't have enough money anymore. Every person that helped during that time of the 9/11 attacks deserves medical care. As years have passed, everyone has grown a little bit older which would require some attention. Also it would be fair for them to not stress about having to pay their medical bills. The were the heroes to many and they deserve the best treatment there is. The United States offer treatment not many people around the world have as well. MLA Citation: The Editorial Board. “Opinion | Will We Always Remember 9/11?” The New York Times, The New York Times, 21 Dec. 2017, www.nytimes.com/2015/09/11/opinion/will-we-always-remember-9-11.html.
In this journalistic news, Meriam Lobel was interviewed and she gave her side of the story. She explains the horrific things she saw while experiencing everything. Lobel was an interviewer and she describes seeing the people jumping off from buildings and the smoke covering everything. She interview many people with different beliefs and she explains that each person has a different perspective. Meriam Lobel said many key points about what she saw and how she dealt with it. Lobel explained that it wasn't easy to she everything and as she was talking, I could imagine that what she was looking at while the towers were being covered up in smoke, was just terrifying. Lobel also briefly explained that at that time when she was an interviewer she has to ask whether the images she captured were appropriate to show the people. Images, to me, say more than words, with just a small glance at a picture you can tell and imagine what the story behind it is. MLA Citation: Floyd, Jami. “Reporting 9/11: Journalists Remember Attacks | WNYC | New York Public Radio, Podcasts, Live Streaming Radio, News.” WNYC, 11 Sept. 2015, www.wnyc.org/story/reporting-911-journalists-remember-attacks/.