Founder Sandy Rosenthal will be invited featured author on Saturday, September 26th from 12 pm – 2 pm in front Blue Cypress Books for a socially-distant curbside book signing!
Rosenthal will be signing her debut book, Words Whispered in Water: Why the Levees Broke in Hurricane Katrina.
In the aftermath of one of the worst disasters in U.S. history, Words Whispered in Water tells the story of one woman’s fight—against all odds—to expose a mammoth federal agency—and win.
It’s a horror story, a mystery, and David and Goliath story all in one. In 2005, the entire world watched as a major U.S. city was nearly wiped off the map. The levees ruptured and New Orleans drowned. But while newscasters attributed the New Orleans flood to “natural catastrophes” and other types of disasters, citizen investigator Sandy Rosenthal set out to expose the true culprit and compel the media and government to tell the truth. This is her story.
Blue Cypress books is located at 8126 Oak Street, New Orleans. Masks are required.
UPDATE: For those who missed the live discussion, you can see the recorded discussion here.
On Monday Sept 10, 2020 at 5:30 Central, Levees.org Sandy Rosenthal will be a featured author expert panelist with Tulane historian author Andy Horowitz and Pulitzer prize winning author Jarvis Deberry moderated by renowned author Walter Isaacson.
The discussion will be: Is History Repeating: Disasters in Louisiana from Katrina and Laura to Covid-19.
The discussion is part of the New Orleans Book Festival at Tulane University.
It’s free and open to the public, but one must register here to get the link.
UPDATE: For those who missed the live program, a recording can be seen here.
The Louisiana State Museum in partnership with the Friends of the Cabildo will feature Levees.org founder Sandy Rosenthal in its Second Thursday Lecture series.
Rosenthal will discuss her new book, Words Whispered in Water: Why the Levees Broke in Hurricane Katrina (Mango Publishing, August 2020).
The online event is hosted on Zoom on September 10th starting at 6 p.m.
The event is free and open to the public. To register, click here.