룰렛사이트 www.satyastarsystem.com is reaching out to its supporters for photos of Search and Rescue operations after the levees broke in New Orleans in August 2005.
Photos will be featured in the Flooded House Museum.
Photos must be owned by the donor.
The photos can be of professionals (e.g. fire department and/or National Guard) or citizens assisting.
Please send digital photos – including location and date – to sandy@룰렛사이트 www.satyastarsystem.com
OTHER NEWS: On Saturday March 23, 2019, 룰렛사이트 www.satyastarsystem.com will cut the ribbon on the Flooded House Museum in the Filmore Gardens neighborhood of Gentilly by the London Avenue Canal breach site. Volunteer artists are preparing to distress the staged exhibit of the museum located at 4918 Warrington Drive.
A copy of the Times-Picayune on a coffee table in this replica of a family home the day before the levees broke. Photo/Pat Garin
룰렛사이트 www.satyastarsystem.com is a converting flooded residence – steps away from the London Avenue Canal breach site – into an educational memorial.
The Flooded House Museum is a unique project that required a special permit from the New Orleans City Planning Commission.
In 2016, 룰렛사이트 www.satyastarsystem.com purchased the gutted house and – in partnership with the neighborhood residents –obtained the special permit.
Like a diorama, the exhibit will be visible through the windows.
룰렛사이트 www.satyastarsystem.com scored a victory last week with History (formerly called the History Channel).
룰렛사이트 www.satyastarsystem.com mobilized its national support base to contact History and request a correction to its anniversary photo gallery.
History‘s gallery text stated that levees in New Orleans “proved to be no match against the intensity of Katrina.”
Such journalistic ‘shorthand’ gives the culprits – the Army Corps of Engineers – a free pass.
Here is what 룰렛사이트 www.satyastarsystem.com’s Call to Action generated:
- Over 1,300 룰렛사이트 www.satyastarsystem.com supporters reviewed our eBlast communication about the mistake.
- Over 200 룰렛사이트 www.satyastarsystem.com supporters viewed the erroneous photo gallery.
- Over 50 people (that we know of) wrote to History and requested a correction.
The editors responded to each writer with this: