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Rising Tide Conference on Katrina Anniversary

By August 11, 2006Uncategorized

On August 25-27, 2006, there will be a convention for all people who care about New Orleans.
The Rising Tide Conference bring together people who want to help New Orleans’ recover from the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

People will come together to "dispel myths, promote facts, share personal testimonies, highlight progress and regress, and to discuss recovery ideas." The conference aims to be a "real life" demonstration of internet activism as the nation prepares to mark the one year anniversary of Katrina’s devastation. For more information visit the Rising Tide Wiki (and note the long list of New Orleans bloggers).

Hope to see you there.

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  • GentillyGirl says:


    Thanks for posting this. All of us here are hoping that amny folks can come by and learn more about post-Deluge NOLA, and what is going on.

    Hope to see you there!

  • loki says:

    I would like to add my voice to those offering thanks. I greatly look forward to meeting you at the Conference, and would like to do a voicecast with you for the New Orleans Oral History Project if you are willing.

  • Mark Folse says:

    Thanks for calling this out. I know you get a lot of traffic, and speaking on behalf of the organizers, thanks greatly.

    I hope we will see you there. A registration page should be up on the website this weekend.

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