Peter Max created this series of six paintings benefiting September 11 Twin Towers and Survivors Relief funds, which Max considered 'a labor of love.' The artwork from Peter Max represents more than just art it represents the tragic that happened to New York City.To accomplish this goal,he created pieces of art from 9/11 to benefit the September 11 Twin Towers and Survivors Relief project.To proceed with his art all the money were donated to the funds, with Max considering it a “labor of love.” These patriotic works include: Peace on Earth, God Bless America- With Five Liberties, God Bless America II, Liberty and Justice for all and United We Stand. All these artworks have something in common which is The Liberty Statue but it works in various counterparts. Max’s colorful arts captures a feeling. The tragic event that occured on September 11, 2001 in New York City are burned into the country’s collective memory forever. I think people who experienced that tragic have at least something memorable and maybe an art piece can be that something memorable. So Peter Max an artist felt very devastated following the attacks of 9/11. Max said “I tried to do as much as I could to help the victims and raise money in support of them,” Max says in his book, “The Universe of Peter Max ” even though Max wasn’t born in America he still wanted to give them a hand to those people who were devastated.
In 2006, Jake Barton of the interactive media design firm Local Projects received a challenge unlike any other: to create the installations for the 9/11 Memorial Museum, which will open in 2014, September 11 is not a historical event made safe and sterile by the passage of decades and centuries. Today is just the 17th anniversary of 9/11, and it is still very much an open wound. You can’t have just a historian or curator narrating objectively in third person about an event like that when you have the witnesses to history who are going to make their way through the actual museum itself.”Jake Barton who is opening The museum of you on 2014 so people can see how much people are hurt and they are in recovery and to see how history works. I think that the historian Jake Bartoon is trying to make history and opening the museum to show history and that people from around the world know what happened. Making history invites people across the globe to both those who were at the World Trade Center that day, and those who watched the tragedy unfold from afar to share their photos,videos and stories of 9/11. The museum will be called “We Remember”
Directed by Martin Guigui. With Charlie Sheen, Gina Gershon, Whoopi Goldberg, Luis Guzmán. A group of five people find themselves trapped in an elevator in the World Trade Center's North Tower on 9/11. This movie was made to show to people how it happened even though it might not be alike it’s at least something people can see. This movie is based on 5 people who are the main characters and, these 5 elevator passengers find themselves trapped. Forced to band together, they fight against all odds to escape before the unthinkable collapse occurs.Their story is about courage, faith and the will to live.
In our effort to never forget, Breitbart provides you a visual remembrance of that fateful day when the world changed. Summary: The world experienced a horrible tragedy of September 11, 2001 in real time. Some videos, photos, and audio captured the horror wreaked that day by ordinary Americans. In our effort to never forget, Breitbart News provides you a visual remembrance of that fateful day when the world changed. Some pictures are a bit disrupting because it seems that a lot of people seem to have really big emotions towards it. Many people saw many things happening that day people were watching the burning tower from the street below. People hang out of broken windows of the north tower of the World Trade Center. A lot of people saw a lot of people dying. Now that this happened I think we should all be prepared for anything that can come later on.
Congress should renew the health care and compensation programs for victims and their families.These selfless workers were home-front casualties in what politicians presented as a war on terror. More than 33,000 responders and volunteers have developed illnesses from their time at the 9/11 tragedy. But now congress must not let these worthy programs slip away in yet another season of dysfunction. It should act now and not wait for the programs’ final months amid the chaos of next year’s election politics.They have to be prepared for anything that happens.Soon after the horrific destruction of the World Trade Center towers 17 years ago, bumper stickers abounded in parallel with the nation’s grief. “Never Forget,” one proclaimed with great resolve. “We Will Always Remember,” these stickers both represent what happened and will still be out there. I think the aftermath of 9/11 allows for no simplistic closure, and Congress must not let these worthy programs slip away in yet another season of dysfunction. It should act now and not wait for the programs’ final months amid the chaos of next tragedy.
Hijackers rammed jetliners into each of New York's World Trade Center towers toppling both in a hellish storm of ash, glass, smoke and leaping victims, while a third jetliner crashed into the pentagon. My example of journalistic article from The New York Times is a newspaper from the war of terror which was 9/11. Two hijackers rammed into the twin towers in New York City during 2001. This attack seemed simply coordinated. Many lives were lost, unfortunately officers, fire departments were there to the rescue but some also died. Although nobody immediately claimed responsibility for the attacks, the scale and sophistication of the operation, the extraordinary planning required for concerted hijackings by terrorists who had to be familiar with modern jetliners, and the history of major attacks on American targets in recent years led by the government. While doctors and nurses at hospitals across the city tended to hundreds of damaged people, a disquieting sense grew throughout the day at other triage centers and emergency rooms that there were the hospitals were the busiest at that time. This date will always be remembered because it has an obvious meaning toward New York City. I think that the same government did all this somewhat it seems very weird how two hijackers crashed into it. This is slightly impossible and hard to believe. I guess who ever did it didn’t have a heart because he obviously didn’t think about those innocent people who were working a normal basis day. There was a whole change that day like for example within the hour of the attacks, the United States was on a war footing. The military was put on the highest state of alert, to help out with the disaster. Crisis was right around the corner because many hospitals were occupied and stores were being occupied as well many people just went in and grabbed groceries, supplies and a lot of first aid kits. I think that this will always be remembered.