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By Author Lynette Norris Wilkinson
Katrina 10 “Go Back—Give Back” Blessings Tour, Aug. 28
12479660
By BookBuzz.net
With The Upcoming Tenth Anniversary Approaching Author Lisa Karlin Releases New Memoir – Below The Water Line With the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina approaching, nurse and author, Lisa Karlin is pleased to announce the release of her new...
By Diary From the Dome
"Diary From the Dome, Reflections on Fear and Privilege During Katrina" is the saga of a San Diego tourist stuck in the dank and hellacious Superdome during Hurricane Katrina. Actor John Lithgow described the book as "stirring".
12223803
By Learning Matters
REBIRTH: New Orleans, a new film about the greatest experiment in the history of American public education, is coming to Netflix
12210595
By Sunbury Press, Inc.
New Orleans' Memorial Hospital is back in the news thanks to Pulitzer Prize-winning author Sheri Fink's new book "Five Days at Memorial" recalling hurricane Katrina. Carolyn Perry's book "For Better, For Worse" also tells the patient's perspective.
12075035
By Automotive Guru
To say that Paul Blanco is an interesting individual is an understatement. He's a Father, automotive entrepreneur, friend, husband, advocate for social causes, and the less fortunate. All wrapped into one neat self starting, self made package.
12068396
By Strategic Book Group
The amazing tale of Reilly, trapped during the storm of the century, will tug on hearts of all ages.
By Write Creations
New Orleans native Lynette Norris Wilkinson is one of 100 writers and artists featured in an exciting new book anthology about New Orleans written by members of its community.

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12486949
By Author Lynette Norris Wilkinson
Katrina 10 “Go Back—Give Back” Blessings Tour, Aug. 28
12479660
By BookBuzz.net
With The Upcoming Tenth Anniversary Approaching Author Lisa Karlin Releases New Memoir – Below The Water Line With the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina approaching, nurse and author, Lisa Karlin is pleased to announce the release of her new...
By Diary From the Dome
"Diary From the Dome, Reflections on Fear and Privilege During Katrina" is the saga of a San Diego tourist stuck in the dank and hellacious Superdome during Hurricane Katrina. Actor John Lithgow described the book as "stirring".
By Jazzmyne PR
Part one, Baltimore: A Moment to a Movement, exposes conditions that fueled the Baltimore Uprising; the second film focuses on reconstruction of New Orleans
By The Deconstruction
Winning Team made of High School Students from Sandy Springs, Georgia. Other winners from New Orleans and Highland Park, Calif.
By Lynette Norris Wilkinson
Lynette Norris Wilkinson, author of 'Untold: The New Orleans 9th Ward You Never Knew', an inspirational book about Hurricane Katrina survivors, was lauded for her efforts in the commemoration of Hurricane Katrina
12223803
By Learning Matters
REBIRTH: New Orleans, a new film about the greatest experiment in the history of American public education, is coming to Netflix
12210595
By Sunbury Press, Inc.
New Orleans' Memorial Hospital is back in the news thanks to Pulitzer Prize-winning author Sheri Fink's new book "Five Days at Memorial" recalling hurricane Katrina. Carolyn Perry's book "For Better, For Worse" also tells the patient's perspective.
By Write Creations
Hurricane Survivors Share Through Film, Literature and Dance
By Community Center of St Bernared
New Hampshire native Iray Nabatoff came to Louisiana in 2006 to help with the massive hurricane Katrina recovery effort. Over 7 years later he's still a fulltime volunteer at a nonprofit Community Center he founded to assist struggling families.
12075035
By Automotive Guru
To say that Paul Blanco is an interesting individual is an understatement. He's a Father, automotive entrepreneur, friend, husband, advocate for social causes, and the less fortunate. All wrapped into one neat self starting, self made package.
12068396
By Strategic Book Group
The amazing tale of Reilly, trapped during the storm of the century, will tug on hearts of all ages.
By Write Creations
New Orleans native Lynette Norris Wilkinson is one of 100 writers and artists featured in an exciting new book anthology about New Orleans written by members of its community.
By Write Creations
Dallas area residents Hurricane Katrina Survivor Imani Williams and Award-Winning Author Lynette Norris Wilkinson, author of UNTOLD: The New Orleans 9th Ward You Never Knew, share ties to a new National Geographic film on deadly floods.
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By Write Creations
UNTOLD: The New Orleans 9th Ward You Never Knew (www.HurricaneKatrinaStories.com) by Dallas area author and New Orleans native Lynette Norris Wilkinson, is nominated to receive the prestigious “Henri” Christian Literary Award.
By Community Center of St Bernard
New Hampshire native Iray Nabatoff came to New Orleans in January 2006 to assist with the hurricane Katrina recovery effort. Seven years later he's still a fulltime volunteer at a nonprofit Community Center he founded to assist struggling families.
By Eddie Kurtz
Eddie Kurtz, New Orleans writer, will be a featured speaker at the Grand Opening of the Rose Keller Library/ Community Center on March 17 at 11:00AM. Kurtz will sign book summaries and give coupons for a free download of AUGUST IN NEW ORLEANS.
By Charleston Forge
Despite being raised 13 feet off the ground, the first floor of Kay and Chris Harris’ home in Pascagoula, MS found itself under water for days after Hurricane Katrina’s hit coast in 2005. Their Charleston Forge furniture survived the ordeal.
By Paul Harris
The author of "Diary From the Dome, Reflections on Fear and Privilege During Katrina" will mail 1-5 signed copies of his memoir to any artist who uses the book in any publicly displayed piece of art or media broadcasts.
By Arbor Books
According to Dr. Bontis, information bombardment causes problems at many levels.
By Community Center of St Bernard
Long-term hurricane Katrina volunteer Iray Nabatoff is one of 5 finalists for the 2011 AARP Hunger Hero award which recognizes his ongoing work at the nonprofit Community Center of St Bernard near New Orleans, Louisiana.
By Christina Steffy
New Orleans resident and author Carolyn Perry recounts her harrowing experience during and immediately after Hurricane Katrina in her new book "For Better, For Worse: Patient in the Maelstrom" just out from Sunbury Press.
By Action on Film
Actor Ty Granderson Jones, will showcase his film, Napoleonic, at the annual Action on Film Festival in late July
By Reznick Group
In a white paper released by the Reznick Group, the firm draws on years of experience working on financial recovery efforts after large scale disasters to conclude that a new federal office is needed to address shortcomings in the current system.
By Strategic Book Group
Hurricane Katrina Is Not the Only Storm Brewing in Native New Orleans Author’s New Novel
By John F. Blair, Publisher
John F. Blair, Publisher, is pleased to announce Rising from Katrina: How My Mississippi Hometown Lost It All and Found What Mattered, by Kathleen Koch, is a finalist for ForeWord Reviews’ 2010 Book of the Year Awards in the regional category.
By Chad Recchia
In an interview with Business Review USA, Bruce Frallic, A.A.E., Executive Director of Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport divulges how the airport survived and made an incredible comeback after surviving devastating damage from Hurricane Katrina.
By Life+Gear
Life+Gear, a company motivated by disasters like Katrina to innovate life-saving products, has committed to continual Katrina recovery and storm-safety awareness by sponsoring “Heroes of the Storm” and launching the website lifegear.com/prepare.
By Grantham University/Johanna Altland
Five years after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina in the Gulf Coast region, Grantham University, an online university dedicated to providing educational opportunities to working adults, is thriving in its new home in Kansas City, Mo.
By John F. Blair, Publisher
Kathleen Koch, former CNN correspondent and author of Rising from Katrina calls on Obama to recognize the devastation Hurricane Katrina inflicted on Mississippi by visiting it on August 29. She will speak at Politics & Prose in D.C. Aug. 25.

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