Hurricane Katrina: 4 Years Ago 8-29-2005 Video Remembrance
Hurricane Katrina: Rain to Renaissance – YouTube Video
I couldn’t let August 29th go by without posting some remembrance for our many friends in New Orleans. Four years ago today Katrina slammed into the Gulf Coast and devastated New Orleans. I went down and volunteered with Project417, staying until August ’06 working in relief centers and hosting volunteers helping gut out and repair flood ravaged homes in the Lower 9th. I put the video together from photos we took, news shots, NASA photos and other YouTube videographers. It still needs an ending that shows the spirit of revival and community caring that continues to grow today. Worth watching? You tell me – I will never forget New Orleans.
Re-tweet it @canayjun to let me know you watched. Thx!
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