first book, from the state, provides three narratives about how the South Hinterland-related narrative - Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi - grow into a growing society. Rusman knits together an urgent need for political, economic, social, military history, building this often overlooked area to begin. This task was an ambitious first book, and Rothman, in general, proved himself to be writing this historical task. A review of his methodology shows the time and energy of entering this book. The
Hurricane Katrina pounded the Gulf Coast with tremendous force at daybreak, August 29, 2005, severely punishing regions that included the city of New Orleans and its neighboring state Mississippi. Resulting in a total of just over 1700 people killed, and hundreds of thousands missing. When we think of Hurricane Katrina stories, we think of stories that were published by the media such as, “Packing 145-mile-an-hour winds as it made landfall, the category 3 storm left more than a million people in
Hurricane Katrina: Two Disasters From the Frontline Film, The Old Man and The Storm, the life of Herbert Gettridge was followed after he returned to the 9th Ward of New Orleans to rebuild his home after it was destroyed in Hurricane Katrina on August 29, 2005. After Hurricane Katrina, 500,000 families were displaced, 200,000 homes were destroyed, and 600 congregations were demolished (The Old Man and The Storm). This was a natural disaster of monumental proportions. Ironically though, a mock scenario
Table 1 New Orleans Data A visual example of the data can be observed in Figure 1 below. The orange bar graph represents the population of New Orleans, while the gray line graph represents the salary of New Orleans. Figure 1- Bar Graph of New Orleans Population and Salary When we put the data in Excel and created a Regression Plot.
the rise and normalization of a neoliberal, militarized response to disaster relief and rebuilding efforts in New Orleans. During Hurricane Katrina it became evident as Berger pointed out, that militarized policing was the preferred disaster relief policy of United States government. Local government and media exaggerated reports that chaos and terror were being inflicted upon New Orleans by malicious criminals whose intent it was to steal, rape, rob and murder innocent people, namely tourists.
treatment right away. Through the screening and diagnostic process used to determine your child’s diagnosis, you might have heard and been a bit overwhelmed with many new terms. Autism spectrum disorder has many terms used to describe treatments, services, scenarios, and more. There are many resources available to you such as books, research articles, websites, and more. Unfortunately, weeding through them can be a daunting and overwhelming process. We hope to clarify some of these terms and help
The 2011 New Orleans International Academic Conference New Orleans, Louisiana USA 2011 Effects Of Zoning On Housing Option Value Prathamesh Muzumdar, Illinois State University, Normal, USA Abstract The research explores the subject of zoning effect on price value of a house in a certain designated zone. Zoning is defined as a land under planned use. This results in price value of the land. As the area of the land decreases an increase in price occurs. This research does not specify the magnitude
Kevin Fickel MUSC 105.003 An Analysis of “When the Saints Go Marching In” The origins of “When the Saints” have never been fully explained in modern times. It was originally written as a Negro Spiritual hymn sometime near the beginning of the twentieth century. On written music, composers usually notate it as a traditional piece, but the identity of the original author remains up for debate. Some sources claim that the original lyrics of “When the Saints” were penned by Katherine Pervis and
shifted from regulations to coordinating the objectives of the environment with other social and economic priorities, with more attention to human health effects, and to carrying out the environmental policies that were on books, more resourcefully. In a couple of instances, new goals were formed which went beyond the former goals, for example, including dangerous materials and hazardous waste to the environmental policy agenda, the additionally demanding provisions of the Clean Air Act of 1990, and
Reed clearly emphasizes that in New Orleans, there is clearly “no lack of racial inequality, or frankly racist ideology” (Reed 2006). However, the reason racism was so dramatically deemed the factor responsible for the inequality and injustice, is because “in the contemporary United States