Cynthia Malaran World Trade Center Photography. Watching the Changes.

Cynthia Malaran

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Watching The Changes 2001 Original Poster

Full color 24"x36" poster US$25.00

Proudly printed in the U.S.A.

Watching The Changes 2011 Ten Year Anniversary Poster
with Beams of Light

Full color 20"x30" poster US$30.00

Proudly printed in the U.S.A.

 
 

Growing list of really good causes this project donates to:

The Global Fund for Children in memory of Carmela Hacha, who I feel so blessed to have recently been reunited with... and fed by... we miss you...

Humane Association, Inc. of Monroe County, IN. For BROWNIE, his care, and the reward for the arrest of his abuser.

Proud monthly donator to Human Rights Campaign. in memory of Jeanne Laberge, whose work will live on...

Alliance for Climate Protection

United Cerebral Palsy (In honor of you, J.J.)

New York State World Trade Center Relief Fund

Burn Center Fund- Washington Hospital Center Foundation

UFA Widows and Childrens Fund

American Red Cross

Kiva.org

Gilda's Club New York City

Make-A-Wish Foundation® International

Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

Paralyzed Veterans of America

Children's Aid Society WTC Disaster Relief

Elton John AIDS Foundation

MercyCorps

Habitat for Humanity

City Harvest

Guide Dogs for the Blind

Defenders of Wildlife

Immaculate Conception Church Fuel Fund

Chris Farley Foundation for Anti-Substance Abuse

SmileTrain.org Dedicated to Providing Free Cleft Lip and Palate Surgery for Children

ASPCA

St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital

Unicef

American Cancer Society

New York City Rescue Mission

Coalition for the Homeless

The Food Bank for New York City

American Legacy Foundation"Building A World Where Young People Reject Tobacco and Anyone Can Quit"

National Disaster Search Dog Foundation

Alzheimer's Association

The Breast Cancer Research Foundation

Fresh Air Fund

Rx Laughter

Ronald McDonald House

Disaster Relief/Doctors Without Borders

Red Cross international Response Fund in response to the South Asian Tsunami disaster

YAI National Institute for People with Disabilities Central Park Challenge

American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund in response to Hurricane Katrina

American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund in response to Hurricane Rita

Human Rights Campaign Partner-monthly donor

UniversalGiving.org Organization: Solar Cookers International
By reducing the need to collect firewood for cooking fuel,
these solar cookers keep women and girls safe from the violence they incur when forced to leave their camps for wood.

Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Donor: John M. Luker

United Cerebral Palsy Donor: Adam Chen

Wounded Warrior Project The Greatest Casualty is Being Forgotten

Peace. And Counting.

This is an emotional project I started over a decade ago, before the events of Sept. 11, 2001,
for the love of my neighborhood, my birth-city, my home.

The guestbook has been shut down because of people posting hurtful comments to the public.

To answer those of you who are further filled with negative energy and email me with the weird questions, here are your answers in advance:

No, I did not have advance knowledge that this event would take place, and that is not why I started taking pictures out of the bedroom window I have had since I was a baby.

No, I didn't get rich from this, nor do I aim for that.
My work has served as a catalyst of empowerment for so many causes... see donation list above.

No, I have no connection to those who plan to hurt this country.

And lastly, No I don't own a car, and this car that I don't own has not been paid for by blood.

OK! Now go click on one of the sites I've donated to above and donate to a good cause. Right now.

I dare you to make a positive difference today.

 
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