VIDEOS AND ARTICLES FROM FACEBOOK AND WEB POSTS REMEMBERING
KATRINA AFTER 10 YEARS
Compiled by Thomas Baldwin, Biloxi, MS , August 29, 2015.
Ten years after Hurricane Katrina, memories are made very vivid in observing all of the posts with pictures and videos Before, After, and Now. This blog gives much more information than corporate media on how Mississippians suffered too, as well as the tremendous damage caused to New Orleans from failed levees.
Katrina video from East Biloxi fire station
Images of Biloxi taken before and after Hurricane Katrina and ten years after the storm
Katrina aerials shot ten years ago showed massive destruction, photos of the same areas ten years later show a mixed bag of rebuilding
A look back at Hurricane Katrina on the 10th anniversary and where the Coast is heading.
How Hurricane Katrina changed peoples views of Mississippi.
Ten years after the storm, Sun Herald employees remember Katrina’s strength, destruction and impact on South Mississippi.
Pres. George W. Bush, Haley Barbour and others honor First Responders at Katrina observance.
Waveland assistant police chief Michael Prendergast and Chief David Allen explain a life-or-death decision made during Hurricane Katrina
Waveland assistant police chief Michael Prendergast Chief David Allen talk about their thoughts while clinging to a tree during Hurricane Katrina.
Waveland assistant police chief Michael Prendergast and Chief David Allen talk about surviving surreal sights after Hurricane Katrina
Waveland assistant police chief Michael Prendergast and Chief David Allen talk about surviving Hurricane Katrina by clinging to a tree in front of their station on U.S. 90.
Photos from Before/After Hurricane Katrina focusing on Biloxi and the MS Gulf Coast
“Ten years after Hurricane Katrina, a new documentary from The Laura Flanders Show and teleSUR English explores the race, class and gender outlines of the reconstruction of New Orleans.
At least seventy-one billion dollars in federal money has been spent. But has every opportunity been seized to bring back not just the place, but its people, so they’re stronger and healthier than before? From the grassroots, the 25-minute documentary explores systemic changes in housing, econ…
New Orleans: Recovery or Removal?
by Laura Flanders
Ten years after the historic landfall of Hurricane Katrina, how have federal, state and city policies affected the people of New Orleans?
“This week is the 10th anniversary of the destruction of the southeastern gulf coast by Hurricane Katrina.
More than 1,800 people died. There is no estimate for the number of pets and wildlife. Damage was estimated at more than $100 billion.
About 80 percent of New Orleans was flooded. In Mississippi, the water surge flooded as much as 10 miles from the beaches.
When Destin, Florida sculptor Marlin Miller volunteered to come to the Mississippi Gulf Coast to carve two trees destroyed by Hurricane Katrina; he had no idea what this gesture would eventually mushroom into. He is now three years and counting into this project that has turned mighty oak trees destroyed by a storm into stunning works of art that line the Mississippi Gulf Coast from Waveland to Pascagoula.