11 we still are." Several days after the attacks, Feldschuh started soliciting submissions for the Project by handing out flyers in Union Square (New York City) to people who were taking photographs of the aftermath.
He collaborated with James Austin Murray and together they started the September 11 Photo Project with approximately 200 photos in a 4000-square-foot gallery space in So Ho.
The September 11 Photo Project opened at 26 Wooster Street in So Ho on October 13, 2001 Following a nationwide tour, the photographs were contributed to the Miriam and Ira D.Wallach Collection of the New York Public Library and are now part of the permanent collection.Tune in as Patricia co-hosts a lively one-hour show on Positive Dating with co-host Paul Giammarco.Her guests are Fran Greene, Flirting Coach, former Director of flirting at and Author of The Flirting Bible: Your Ultimate Flirting Guide to Reading Body Language, Getting Noticed, and Meeting More People Than You Ever Thought Possible.The Project was made into a book titled "The September 11 Photo Project", published by Judith Regan of Regan Books, an imprint of Harper Collins Publishers in May 2002.
It has sold over 60,000 copies and the book reached number one in rankings in the month after its release and stayed in the Top 10 for a week.During this period, Chicago Tribune discussed the possibility of people becoming immune to the impact of disaster photographs of 9/11, but Alan G.Artner, Tribune Art Critic, said "the most familiar images brought the events back to this viewer with force, which is one sign of how emotionally close to Sept.Since then she has gone on to produce and host television talk shows and documentaries that have aired on Fox and PBS affiliates.She moved to radio in 1997 where her "Patricia Raskin Positive Living" show had an eleven year run on WTKF- 107.3FM in Eastern North Carolina.Over twenty thousand dollars were raised on behalf of the Foundation through both direct and indirect efforts.