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Baton Rouge's Jews Plan Expanded Community's Future

This article by Alan H. Feiler was published in the Atlanta Jewish Times on September 16, 2005. The article describes how Baton Rouge is changing due to the arrival of Katrina evacuees, and how the community is handling the change.

Richard Lipsey and Emilie Hardman Review Documents in Baton Rouge

This photograph was taken by Jayne K. Guberman, Director of Oral History at the Jewish Women's Archive, on June 19, 2007. Emilie Hardman, JWA's Digital Archivist, reviews documents with Richard Lipsey, a first responder from Baton Rouge who rescued stranded people in New Orleans in the days after Katrina.

Emilie Hardman Reviewing Materials for Katrina's Jewish Voices

This photograph was taken by Jayne K. Guberman, Director of Oral History at the Jewish Women's Archive, on June 19, 2007. Emilie Hardman, JWA's Digital Archivist, is reviewing materials for Katrina's Jewish Voices with Richard Lipsey, a first responder from Baton Rouge who rescued stranded people in New Orleans in the days after Katrina.

Shabbat Shalom Y'all

This is a photograph of a painting done by Jennifer Moses, who volunteered in Baton Rouge shelters after Hurricane Katrina. Her work was listening to survivors and comforting them, which she had experience with from working with AIDS patients.