Founder Sandy Rosenthal featured today on L.A. Talk Radio

Documentary makers Laurie Kaman (left) and Adriana Torres (ft) with Sandy Rosenthal (ctr) in historic Lower Ninth Ward in Nov 2012.

Documentary makers Laurie Kaman (left) and Adriana Torres (rt) with Sandy Rosenthal (ctr) in historic Lower Ninth Ward in Nov 2012. Photo/Jane McCord

Levees.org founder Sandy Rosenthal is a guest speaker on LA Talk Radio from 5-6 p.m. CST today.

Joining Ms. Rosenthal is documentary maker Laurie Kaman of Two Peas Productions. Also featured is Lowernine.org’s Executive Director Laura Paul, Levees.org Founder Sandy Rosenthal and Levee Breach Survivor Robert Green.

http://www.latalkradio.com/ 

Click on the Listen Live icon on the right hand side of the page to hear the live broadcast.

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Visitor’s Center on Display Friday Nov 14 from 4:30-6

15106703401_4486ca25d5_z (1)Please join us Friday where you can bring your input for the proposed Open-air Levee Exhibition and Garden.The exhibits & garden, intended for both residents and visitors, will be built at east side breach site of the London Avenue Canal in Gentilly.

WHAT: Open House
WHERE: 1900 Wildair Drive in Gentilly
WHEN: Friday November 14th from 4:30 – 6:00 p.m.
WHY: View and provide input to plans & diagrams

Working with the Gentilly Civic Improvement Association, the Filmore Gardens Neighborhood Association and other neighborhood communities, Levees.org will build a series of tasteful exhibits that tell the full vetted story of why the levees broke all over the Greater New Orleans region.

The ribbon cutting ceremony is set for June 1, 2015.

If you would like to make a donation to the exhibits and garden, please visit this website:

https://rally.org/LeveeExhibit

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Work Progressing at Visitor’s Levee Exhibit and Garden

A "coming soon" sign was recently installed at the site of the east London Avenue Canal breach. Photo/Sandy Rosenthal

A “coming soon” sign is installed at the site of the east London Avenue Canal breach. Photo/Sandy Rosenthal

There is a sure sign of progress at 5000 Warrington Drive, the site of one of the worst levee breaches in New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina.

A large “coming soon” now stands at the east-side breach of the London Avenue Canal in Gentilly announcing that an Open-air Levee Exhibition and Garden will soon be built.

Working with the the Gentilly Civic Improvementy Association and other neighborhood communities, the grassroots group Levees.org will build a series of exhibits that tell the full vetted story of why the levees broke nine years ago.

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