New Orleans, Louisiana
What We Did
For years, so many in the New Orleans area have been beaten down by floods and hurricanes. We know what to do for those whose homes are destroyed, but what of those whose homes somehow “survive” year and year and yet the homeowners do not have the resources or capacity to repair them or even maintain them? We sent 79 students to the lower 9th Ward and Delacroix areas to help a few people return their homes to a place of comfort, of “homeyness.”
- Students 79 students
- Dates February 2018
- Work Home repair and restoration
Building Fences; Building Change
Ethan N reflects on the power of simple acts.
NOLA Reflections Day 3
Interact Advisor Kelli Bracken is thankful for Wednesday’s work and all the rest!
Joce looks back om how AltFeb has shifted her thinking
Welcome to the Jungle
Trip Coordinator Claire Stanley finds the value in each experience,
Sarah Skaleski (Class of 2020) meets some of the NOLA community and considers change.
Painting the Town White
Grace Hasley (Class of 2021) offers her first impressions of goats, paint, and heights.
What does it require to survive 17 storms in the last 12 years? 21 in the last 20? I hope once again for us to learn from them, to gain some perspective, to help where we can.