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  • 1 Dead in Attic : After Katrina

    "The columns in this book were previously published in The Times-picayune"--Title page verso.
    Aerial View Of New Orleans After Katrina
    With a new foreword by the author on the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina—Chris Rose’s New York Times bestselling collection: “A gripping book about life’s challenges in post-Katrina New Orleans…packed with heart, honesty, and wit” (New Republic).Celebrated as a local classic and heaped with national praise, 1 Dead in Attic is a brilliant collection of columns by an award-winning Times-Picayune journalist chronicling the horrific damage and aftermath wrought by Hurricane Katrina in 2006. “Frank and compelling...vivid and invaluable” (Booklist), it is a roller coaster ride through a devastated American wasteland as it groans for rebirth. Full of the emotion, tragedy

    • UPC: 45689204
    • Rating: 4.4

  • Marvelous Cornelius : Hurricane Katrina and the Spirit of New Orleans

    A man known as the "Trashcan Wizard" sings and dances his way through the French Quarter in New Orleans, keeping his beloved city clean, until Hurricane Katrina's devastation nearly causes him to lose his
    Aerial View Of New Orleans After Katrina
    In New Orleans, there lived a man who saw the streets as his calling, and he swept them clean. He danced up one avenue and down another and everyone danced along. The old ladies whistled and whirled. The old men hooted and hollered. The barbers, bead twirlers, and beignet bakers bounded behind that one-man parade. But then came the rising Mississippi—and a storm greater than anyone had seen before. In this heartwarming book about a real garbage man, Phil Bildner and John Parra tell the inspiring story of a humble man and the heroic difference he made in the aftermath

    • UPC: 44780288

  • Markets of Sorrow, Labors of Faith : New Orleans in the Wake of Katrina

    This ethnographic account of long-term recovery in post-Katrina New Orleans provides a sobering look at the fallout from the privatization of vital social services under neoliberal, or market-driven,
    Aerial View Of New Orleans After Katrina
    Markets of Sorrow, Labors of Faith is an ethnographic account of long-term recovery in post-Katrina New Orleans. It is also a sobering exploration of the privatization of vital social services under market-driven governance. In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, public agencies subcontracted disaster relief to private companies that turned the humanitarian work of recovery into lucrative business. These enterprises profited from the very suffering that they failed to ameliorate, producing a second-order disaster that exacerbated inequalities based on race and class and leaving residents to rebuild almost entirely on their own.Filled with the often desperate voices of residents who returned

    • UPC: 21185778

  • The Inevitable City : Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, and 10 Principles of Crisis Leadership

    The incredible story of how New Orleans came back after Hurricane Katrina stronger than before, and how its success can be reproduced, from the man who spearheaded the
    Aerial View Of New Orleans After Katrina
    After seven years of service as the president of Tulane University, Scott Cowen watched the devastation of his beloved New Orleans at the hands of Hurricane Katrina. When federal, state, and city officials couldn't find their way to decisive action, Cowen, known for his gutsy leadership, quickly partnered with a coalition of civic, business, and nonprofit leaders looking to work around the old institutions to revitalize and transform New Orleans. This team led the charge to restore equilibrium and eventually to rebuild. For the past nine years, Cowen has continued this work, helping to bring the city of New Orleans

    • UPC: 44516885
    • Rating: 3.714

  • Aerial view of cityscape New York City New York State USA Canvas Art - Panoramic Images (6 x 15)

    Aerial view of cityscape New York City New York State USA Canvas Art - Panoramic Images (6 x 15)
    Aerial View Of New Orleans After Katrina
    Aerial view of cityscape New York City New York State USA was reproduced on the finest Canvas which captures all of the vivid colors and details of the original art. This museum quality Canvas Art was faithfully reproduced using ultra-precision print technology and fade-resistant archival inks on artist premium acid-free grade canvas. The overall size is 6 x 15 inches plus an additonal 1.5 inches of extra canvas on all 4 sides to allow for easy stretching and/or framing. This premium rolled Canvas Art is ready for stretcher bars or custom framing.Brand New and Rolled and ready to stretch or

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  • Aerial Footage of fooding in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina

    Aerial View Of New Orleans After Katrina
    Katrina Footage by Air Sept 09, 2005. Captured by PFC Brian Allen. 4:05 shows OKARNG Chinook working to repair broken levy... Video Courtesy of the Oklahoma Army National Guard
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    New Orleans: Aerial view of Katrina recovery

    Aerial View Of New Orleans After Katrina
    Kim Brunhuber takes us on a float plane over New Orleans to see what's been done since 2005 to prevent catastrophic loss of life and property from another '100-year storm' like Katrina. »»» Subscr...
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    Hurricane Katrina - Aerial Views of New Orleans (Sept. 7, 2005)

    Aerial View Of New Orleans After Katrina
    Aerial search and rescue operations conducted in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. Scenes include flooded areas, boats full of people rescuing survivors, and various disaster areas. Video from 1...
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