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Storm Victims Go Home for the Holiday

This is an article by Jennifer Siegel entitled “Storm Victims Go Home for the Holiday.” The article describes the much larger than expected turnout for High Holiday services in New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina. This article originally appeared in the Forward (www.forward.com) on October 21, 2005, and is reprinted with permission.

New Orleans Synagogues Brace for Hard Times Ahead

This is an article by Jennifer Siegel entitled “New Orleans Synagogues Brace for Hard Times Ahead” This article discusses some of the challenges for New Orleans synagogues, post-Katrina. This article originally appeared in the Forward (www.forward.com) on November 18, 2005, and is reprinted with permission.

downed branches at Gates of Prayer Cemetary

This is a photograph that originally appeared as part of the blog of Deep South Jewish Voice, www.deepsouthjewishvoice.blogspot.com. Deep South Jewish Voice is the Jewish newspaper of Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Northwest Florida. This photograph, taken on October 3, 2005, is of the Gates of Prayer Cemetery on Canal Street in New Orleans. The downed branches caused little permanent damage.

watermarked gravestones

This is a photograph that originally appeared as part of the blog of Deep South Jewish Voice, www.deepsouthjewishvoice.blogspot.com. Deep South Jewish Voice is the Jewish newspaper of Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Northwest Florida. This photograph, taken on October 3, 2005, is of the Gates of Prayer Cemetery on Canal Street in New Orleans. Watermarks show how high flooding in the cemetery was after Hurricane Katrina.

Gates of Prayer Cemetery

This is a photograph that originally appeared as part of the blog of Deep South Jewish Voice, www.deepsouthjewishvoice.blogspot.com. Deep South Jewish Voice is the Jewish newspaper of Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Northwest Florida. This photograph, taken on October 3, 2005, is of the Gates of Prayer Cemetery on Canal Street in New Orleans.