After that, it became obvious that New Orleans would never be the same.
In commemoration of events that led to a great national debate over whether New Orleans would be or could be rebuilt, and in memory of all of us throughout the world who shared a sense of horror and grief over an act of Mother Nature going mad, Bayoubuzz.com has launched KatrinaAnniversary.com to help serve as a guidepost in history helping all of us to both remember what occurred and to forget what hurts so painfully.
“We built this KatrinaAnniversary.Com community so that people could continue to participate in the discussion about the epochal event that is fading in our collective memories”, said Stephen Sabludowsky creator of the community site and publisher of Bayoubuzz.com.
In the community, visitors can join using their Facebook credentials or by a separate user name and password. When there, visitors can discuss Katrina-related issues, click on the news stories, put up photos, videos, make friends, view event calendars and engage in many of the activities one would find on social networking sites.
Bayoubuzz has also created a Facebook and the site called Katrina Anniversary.
“We hope that people visit, take a look at many of the incredible videos on the KatrinaAnniversary.com community and simply engage”, said Sabludowsky. “We see it as an online museum of sorts that we hope will serve the public this anniversary and for the years to come. It was one of the most disruptive moments in the history of the region. Everyone has Katrina memories. Everyone has a Katrina-past”.
Visit KatrinaAniversary.Com and post your own videos, photos and engage....
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