Mississippi Center for Nonprofits

The Mississippi Center for Nonprofits is the state's only nonprofit management resource center. For the thousands of nonprofit organizations across the state, the Center is the primary source of management training, technical…

New Orleans Science and Math Charter High School

Reflections of New Orleans High School Students after the storm.

McNeese State University

This collection represents materials submitted by students, faculty, staff, and administration of the leading post secondary institution serving the five parishes of southwest Louisiana. The collection includes personal…

Rolland Golden

Internationally celebrated artist Rolland Golden resides in Folsom, Louisiana and Natchez, Mississippi. A New Orleans native, Golden has had over 100 one-man shows in galleries, cultural centers and museums in the US, as well as…

New Orleans Writers

Local authors are documenting and interpreting the crises unfolding in post-Katrina New Orleans, providing indepth detail beyond the grasp of many journalists.

NEIGHBORHOODS: A Series of Site-Specific Art Installations

NEIGHBORHOODS is a series of site-specific, multidisciplinary art installations set up in flood-damaged houses in New Orleans.

The May 2007 installation, NEIGHBORHOODS: 2624 BRADISH PLACE was located in and around the gutted…

New Orleans Visual Artists

Visual artists are responding to the aftermath of New Orleans' flooding in a variety of ways. The group and individual work within this collection represents some of the creativity developing in the months and years following…

Louisiana Air National Guard, 159th Fighter Wing

Photographs and stories from the 159th Fighter Wing.

Joint Task Force, Katrina History Group

The following documents, photographs, and other materials are being compiled by the many branches of the US military that responded to the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

Al Koenig, LTC, FA, USAR (Ft. Gillem, Georgia) is…

Convention Center Relief Blockade

This collection features weblinks, documents, photographs, first person accounts, and other information compiled by Dr. Lance Hill and others regarding the lengthy delay experienced by thousands of African-American evacuees