Ashley Nelson and five other students from McDonough Senior High School celebrated their communities in books published just before Hurricane Katrina as part of the Neighborhood Story Project, a program sponsored by the University of New Orleans and the Literacy Alliance of Greater New Orleans. 33 min, 56 kbps, 13.7 mb.
Abram Himelstein, along with Rachel Breunlin, was a writing coach in the Neighborhood Story Project, a program designed to inspire students to further explore their creative talents by writing stories about their New Orleans neighborhoods. 20 min, 56 kbps, 8.3 mb.
These books are amazing! I came here to volunteer not really understanding this great city. Im glad I read these books because now I better understand what New Orleans was, and what we should be trying to bring back. I found the neighborhood story project books at the info-shop The Iron Rail, on decatur and marigny. You can also buy them at the web-site.
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