I did the right thing.
With all of the Hurricane Katrina memorial events taking place all over New Orleans on Saturday, I decided to photograph one. 781 more words
In late November of 1985 in the city of New Orleans, theater groups from around the country, artists, writers, community activists, and people from the neighborhood “took it to the streets” to celebrate the “death” of the Free Southern Theater, an activist theater group establi… 3,260 more words
Ten years ago, over an espresso in a mall in Kampala, Uganda, I watched video of Hurricane Katrina hitting the shore. On vacation, I would catch glimpses of news between adventures–the pictures of the flooded 9th Ward, the tragedies of people drowning as the waters reached their attics, the horror stories about the Superdome. 678 more words
NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) – Second lines are second nature in New Orleans. The marching and the music even add life to funerals. But, should the streets be filled with second lines on the Saturday that marks 10 years since Hurricane Katrina? 383 more words