After three years of steady work, Levees.org held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the Flooded House Museum – an education memorial and monument to the devastating levee failures of August 2005.
City Councilman for District D, Jared Brossett, residents of the Filmore Gardens neighborhood and members of Levees.org participated under a sunny sky on March 23, 2019.
WWLTV Channel 4’s Jade Cunningham interviews Levees.org founder Sandy Rosenthal on why the nation needs the Flooded House Museum.
The monument will officially open on March 23, 2019.
In this video created by the Associated Press, Founder Sandy Rosenthal explains why New Orleans and the nation needs the Flooded House Museum.
The home, at the actual site of a major levee breach will both a memorial to those lost in the 2005 flooding and a monument for the survivors.