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Sandy Levy on Rebuilding a Jewish Community after Hurricane Katrina, 2006

Sandy Levy talks about rebuilding a Jewish community in New Orleans. What will it take to rebuild New Orleans? Sandy Levy was interviewed on October 3, 2006. She hopes there are a lot of Jewish carpenters out there.
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Sandy Levy talks about rebuilding a Jewish community in New Orleans. What will it take to rebuild New Orleans? Sandy Levy was interviewed on October 3, 2006. She hopes there are a lot of Jewish carpenters out there.

Ruth Kullman on Mourning for her City after Hurricane Katrina

Ruth Kullman remembers a surprisingly insightful rabbi who understood she was in mourning for her city after Hurricane Katrina.

Ruth Kullman remembers a surprisingly insightful rabbi who understood she was in mourning for her city after Hurricane Katrina.

Sandy Levy on Organizing Aid after Hurricane Katrina, 2006

After Hurricane Katrina, Sandy Levy and other leaders in the Jewish community immediately mobilized to figure out what needed doing. Sandy was interviewed October 3, 2006.
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After Hurricane Katrina, Sandy Levy and other leaders in the Jewish community immediately mobilized to figure out what needed doing. Sandy was interviewed October 3, 2006.

Sandy Levy on Helping Hands, 2006

Helping to disburse funds to Katrina survivors through Helping Hands, Sandy Levy describes the surprisingly varied needs of the people in her community. Interviewed on October 3, 2006.
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Helping to disburse funds to Katrina survivors through Helping Hands, Sandy Levy describes the surprisingly varied needs of the people in her community. Interviewed on October 3, 2006.

Ruth Kullman on New Orleans After Hurricane Katrina

To return to New Orleans or relocate? Despite the difficulties, Ruth Kullman still sees the city as home.
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To return to New Orleans or relocate? Despite the difficulties, Ruth Kullman still sees the city as home.

Miriam Waltzer on Kindness after Katrina

Miriam Waltzer, interviewed by Rosalind Hilton on September 28, 2006, discusses how she was amazed by the kindness shown to Katrina survivors like herself… and the sheer scale of the aid offered.
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Miriam Waltzer, interviewed by Rosalind Hilton on September 28, 2006, discusses how she was amazed by the kindness shown to Katrina survivors like herself… and the sheer scale of the aid offered.

Miriam Waltzer on Generosity

Miriam Waltzer, interviewed by Rosalind Hilton on September 28, 2006, discusses how she and her husband were overwhelmed by the generosity of others.
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Miriam Waltzer, interviewed by Rosalind Hilton on September 28, 2006, discusses how she and her husband were overwhelmed by the generosity of others.

Miriam Waltzer on Hurricane Katrina

Miriam Waltzer, interviewed by Rosalind Hilton on September 28, 2006, describes the devastation Hurricane Katrina wrought on her family life.
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Miriam Waltzer, interviewed by Rosalind Hilton on September 28, 2006, describes the devastation Hurricane Katrina wrought on her family life.

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Miriam Waltzer.
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Miriam Waltzer.

Courtesy of Alan Smason/Crescent City Jewish News.

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Miriam Waltzer

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Miriam Waltzer.
Courtesy of Alan Smason/Crescent City Jewish News.
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Miriam Waltzer.

Courtesy of Alan Smason/Crescent City Jewish News.

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