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Chronological listing

Date Publishedsort icon Author Organization
January 17, 2007 Principles of Public Housing Cry Baby
January 29, 2007 UNOP: The Unified New Orleans Plan United New Orleans Plan
January 31, 2007 As Police Arrest Public Housing Activists in New Orleans, Federal Officials Try to Silence Leading Attorney for Low-Income Resid Democracy Now!
February 1, 2007 A Death in Destrehan Bob Herbert
February 1, 2007 A New Agenda for the Gulf Coast: What Congress can do now to confront the ongoing crisis of Hurricane Katrina Chris Kromm and Sue Sturgis Gulf Coast Reconstruction Watch
February 1, 2007 To Render Ourselves Visible: Women of Color Organizing & Hurricane Katrina Alisa Bierria, Mayaba Liebenthal INCITE! Women of Color Against Violence
February 1, 2007 Avery C. Alexander Charity Hospital in New Orleans: A timeline since its forced closure after Hurricane Katrina K. Brad Ott
February 1, 2007 Abu Ghraib, Guantanamo, and New Orleans? Are Katrina Survivors Part of Bush's "Axis of Evil" Peoples Hurricane Relief Fund and Oversight Coalition
February 1, 2007 Louisiana Road Home Program ACORN Housing ACORN: Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now
February 1, 2007 Join or Support an Incite! Delegation to New Orleans! Updated Call for Delegates INCITE! Women of Color Against Violence
February 11, 2007 Public Housing Residents Take Back Their Homes; Newsletter People's Organizing Committee
February 15, 2007 Katrina Survivors and Immigrant Workers Unite to Arrest Slave Owner People's Organizing Committee
February 21, 2007 Dedication of two new homes signals rebirth of New Orleans' Lower 9th Ward ACORN: Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now
February 23, 2007 In New Orleans, Progress at Last in the Lower Ninth Ward ADAM NOSSITER, New York Times
February 24, 2007 The Land Grab has Begun! Common Ground Collective
March 1, 2007 No "Road Home" for Renters Peoples Hurricane Relief Fund and Oversight Coalition
March 1, 2007 The Lower 9th Ward Health Clinic Opens To Serve The Medical Needs Of The Community Alice Craft-Kerney Common Ground Collective
March 3, 2007 Displaced Public Housing Residents Make City Council Member's Neighborhood Mixed Income Survivors' Village
March 3, 2007 Building Unity to Take Back Our City: A brief report on the Mobilizations of Monday, February 19th, 2007 Peoples Hurricane Relief Fund and Oversight Coalition
March 7, 2007 New Orleans Community Spaces in Crisis Jordan Flaherty Left Turn
March 8, 2007 Survivors Council to Open Lawless High School. Residents and Volunteers Face Down Cops and School Officials People's Organizing Committee
March 8, 2007 Family Pleas for Fair Investigation for Lower 9th Ward Resident Shot by the National Guard Military Police
March 9, 2007 You Can’t Kill the Spirit: A Forum with Three Women Organizers from New Orleans Catalyst Project
March 12, 2007 We Called it Hurricane FEMA Peter Whoriskey
March 14, 2007 Common Ground Responds to City's Attempt to Confiscate Property Common Ground Collective
March 15, 2007 PHRF makes a breakthrough on price gouging and tenant rights in New Orleans Peoples Hurricane Relief Fund and Oversight Coalition
March 15, 2007 PHRF and Tenant Rights Working Group condemn class bias of City Council -Calls for Affordable Housing and the Right of Return Peoples Hurricane Relief Fund and Oversight Coalition
March 18, 2007 Re-Open 3000 New Orleans Apartments!' Tell Your Congressperson to Pass the Gulf Coast Hurricane Recovery Act of 2007 (from list serve 'baygulfsupporters@lists.riseup.net')
March 20, 2007 The Human Right to Housing: Access for Survivors in the Gulf National Economic and Social Rights Initiative
March 22, 2007 Letter from European Dissent to The Gambit European Dissent
March 29, 2007 City announces first 17 target recovery zones
March 29, 2007 New Orleans Proposes to Invest in 17 Areas Adam Nossiter New York Times
April 1, 2007 Bioremediation project of Common Ground Common Ground Collective
April 1, 2007 Revised Action Plan Survivors' Village
April 1, 2007 Letter from the People of New Orleans to Our Friends and Allies New Orleans Based Activists Left Turn
April 7, 2007 Greetings Friends and Comrades Survivors' Village
April 7, 2007 Solidarity with Katrina Survivors,’ Flyer. San Francisco
April 9, 2007 Steering New Orleans’s Recovery With a Clinical Eye Adam Nossiter New York Times
April 11, 2007 PHRF Condemns Recovery Czar Edward Blakely and Mayor Nagin Peoples Hurricane Relief Fund and Oversight Coalition
April 12, 2007 Homeland Secuity Begins with Homes!!! Elizabeth Cook C3 / Hands Off Iberville
April 13, 2007 Stepping Out on Faith—Religious Groups Rally to Support the Right to Return Crystal N. Hill Advancement Project
April 13, 2007 A Mind to Work: Faith Leaders Act against Unjust Working Conditions in New Orleans Alaina Beverly Advancement Project
April 19, 2007 Gulf-Coast Nonprofit Leaders Call for Ongoing Donations Suzanne Perry
May 1, 2007 Solidarity Work Begins at Home Challenging White Supremacy workshop (CWS)
May 1, 2007 Catherine Jones' Journal Catherine Jones
May 3, 2007 Rep. Waters introduces Katrina Housing Recovery Legislation ACORN: Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now
June 1, 2007 White Antiracist Organizing in New Orleans: European Dissent after Katrina Rachel Luft European Dissent
June 4, 2007 New Orleans ACORN celebrates rebuilding victory ACORN: Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now
June 28, 2007 Gulf Coast Organizations: Self-Organized Events at the U.S. Social Forum
June 28, 2007 How to Destroy an African American City in 33 Steps - Lessons from Katrina Bill Quigley Black Commentator
July 1, 2007 Proposed Resolution to Protect the Human Rights of People Struggling to Return to and Rebuild the Gulf Coast Region by Kimberley Richards, People's Institute for Survival and Beyond (New Orleans, LA), Monique Harden, Advocates for Environmental Human Rights (New Orleans, LA)
July 14, 2007 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers: No Flood Protection for African American Neighborhoods Advocates for Environmental Human Rights
July 22, 2007 New Orleans: A Choice Between Destruction and Reparations David Billings
July 23, 2007 For More Readings on History Katrina Reader Team
July 24, 2007 New Orleans Public Schools From the Students’ Perspective: An Evaluation of Nine Schools Kids Rethink New Orleans Schools
July 25, 2007 Racism and Resistance in New Orleans Before Katrina: An Only-Touching-the-Surface Timeline Sharon Martinas, Brad Ott Katrina Reader Team
July 29, 2007 Safe Streets, Strong Communities, Brochure from 2nd Annual Picnic Safe Streets/Strong Communities
July 30, 2007 Who We Are: History [of FFLIC] Families and Friends of Louisiana's Incarcerated Children
August 1, 2007 Striving for Solidarity: Lessons in Anti-Racism Organizing Anti-Racist Working Group
August 12, 2007 New Orleans Stories Fernando Marti
August 16, 2007 Racism and Resistance: The Struggle to Free The Jena Six Jordan Flaherty Left Turn
August 17, 2007 Double Jeopardy: Public Education in New Orleans Before and After the Storm Michael Casserly
August 20, 2007 Day of Action Against the Red Cross Peoples Hurricane Relief Fund and Oversight Coalition
August 20, 2007 Red Cross Calls Cops on Peaceful Picketers http://www.peopleshurricane.org/red-cross-updates/red-cross-calls-cops-on-peaceful-picketeers.html Peoples Hurricane Relief Fund and Oversight Coalition
August 29, 2007 Letter to Community Lewis Wallace
August 29, 2007 Feature Stories from Democracy Now! to mark the 2 Year Anniversary of Katrina Democracy Now!
August 29, 2007 BLUEPRINT FOR GULF RENEWAL: THE KATRINA CRISIS AND A COMMUNITY AGENDA FOR ACTION Institute for Southern Studies
August 29, 2007 International Tribunal DVD Peoples Hurricane Relief Fund and Oversight Coalition
August 29, 2007 International Tribunal Issues Preliminary Findings: Bush, Blanco, Nagin Committed Crimes against Humanity Peoples Hurricane Relief Fund and Oversight Coalition
August 30, 2007 Two Years Post Katrina: Racism and Criminal Justice in New Orleans Jordan Flaherty
August 31, 2007 Katrina 2nd Anniversary article round up Rahula Janowski, Heads Up Collective
September 1, 2007 Book: After the Storm: Black Intellectuals Explore the Meaning of Hurricane Katrina David Dante Troutt, ed.
September 1, 2007 2007 International Tribunal on Hurricanes Katrina and Rita: Statement of Arab Solidarity Arab Resource and Organizing Center
September 6, 2007 Hearts on Fire: The Struggle for Justice in New Orleans Ingrid Chapman Catalyst Project
September 7, 2007 Displaced Poor Still Arriving in New Orleans Bill Quigley Justice For New Orleans
September 10, 2007 International Tribunal Issues Preliminary Findings: Bus, Blanco, Nagin Committed Crimes against Humanity Kali Akuno Peoples Hurricane Relief Fund and Oversight Coalition
September 10, 2007 Breakdown FM: White Vigilantees Killed 200 Blacks During Katrina Peoples Hurricane Relief Fund and Oversight Coalition
September 25, 2007 Tools For White Anti-Racist Organizing Catalyst Project Catalyst Project
September 25, 2007 Recommendations for an Antiracist Approach to New Orleans Pamela Nath with European Dissent European Dissent
September 25, 2007 Principles of Partnership, Collaboration, and the Struggle for Justice Bill Quigley
September 25, 2007 HUD's Wrecking Ball: Tightening the Noose Around New Orleans Bill Quigley
September 27, 2007 The Justice that Jena Demands Xochitl Bervera Left Turn
October 1, 2007 Common Ground Community Adoption Program Common Ground Collective
October 1, 2007 Organizing Against 'Modern Day Slavery' in New Orleans Matt Olson New Orleans Workers' Center for Racial Justice
October 2, 2007 Some Resources and Links Challenging White Supremacy workshop (CWS)
October 2, 2007 CULTURE, CHANGE COLLIDE IN TREME Katy Reckdahl Times-Picayune
October 2, 2007 Developers scheduled to get millions after NOLA public housing is destroyed Bill Quigley
October 3, 2007 All Dressed Up and Nowhere to Call Home Anita Sinha Advancement Project
October 3, 2007 All Dressed Up and Nowhere to Call Home: Black Ties and Bulldozers in New Orleans Anita Sinha
October 5, 2007 The Second Line Michael Otieno Molina
October 6, 2007 Pledge of Resistance in Defense of the Right to Housing in New Orleans and the Gulf Coast Peoples Hurricane Relief Fund and Oversight Coalition
October 7, 2007 Fact Sheet on HUD Demolition New Orleans Bill Quigley
October 11, 2007 The Work is Not The Workshop: Talking and Doing, Visibility and Accountability in the White Anti-Racist Community Catherine Jones
October 14, 2007 African Village, ‘Algiers African Heritage Celebration.’ A flyer Common Ground Health Clinic
October 14, 2007 Education Versus Incarceration: A Small Louisiana town struggles to shut down a prison and build a school Jordan Flaherty
October 15, 2007 Ten Things to Remember: Anti-Racist Strategies for White Student Radicals Chris Dixon
October 25, 2007 For more reading
October 27, 2007 For a Multiracial Black-Led Reconstruction Movement: the New Orleans Solidarity Program Catalyst Project Annual Report 2007 Catalyst Project
October 27, 2007 Hurricane Katrina and New Orleans: Organizing from the Ground Up Annual Report 2007 Catalyst Project
October 27, 2007 New Orleans Coming Home: A National Panel Hearing on Law Enforcement in the Reconstruction Safe Streets/Strong Communities