In this article, Audrey Galex tells the story of Bill Katz, who lives in Atlanta, and his family, the Orlansky's, in New Orleans. Bill was in New Orleans the weekend before Katrina to attend Adam Orlansky's Bar Mitzvah. This article was published in the Atlanta Jewish Times on October 14, 2005.
This article discusses why the Atlanta Jewish community responded so quickly and personally to Katrina. The column was written by Michael Jacobs, Managing Editor of the Atlanta Jewish Times, and was published on September 23, 2005.
This article, written by Michael Jacobs and published in the Atlanta Jewish Times on September 23, 2005, is about two rabbinc students in Atlanta, Yitzchak Itkin and Lezi Schectman, who went to Destin, Florida to spend shabbat with evacuees from New Orleans.
On September 23, 2005, the Atlanta Jewish Times printed this list of organizations and people to contact to give help and get help.
This piece appeared in the Atlanta Jewish Times on September 23, 2005. It announces that Atlantaâ€™s Little Five Points area will be transformed into New Orleans' Jackson Square during the Crescent City Throwdown to raise money for artists displaced by Katrina.