The New Orleans Monologues
Winter Quarter Diversity Series
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"Hurricane Katrina was the most destructive and costliest natural disaster to occur in the United States . Nearly 5 million people lived in the path of Katrina. An additional 1.3 million lived in the New Orleans metropolitan area at the time of the hurricane. Although not in the direct path of Katrina, New Orleans was devastated by a massive flood that occurred as a result." Hurricane Katrina Community Advisory Group
The New Orleans Monologues are the imagined voices of six African American women who suffered the ravages of Hurricane Katrina in vastly different ways.C. Rosalind Bell
New Orleans Monologues
Tuesday, January 22, 2008
11 AM and 6 PM
Evergreen Tacoma Campus
With Live interactive video broadcast to Lecture Hall 1 (Olympia Campus) and broadcast on TESC Television Ch. 17 and on the world wide web .
Olympia students, faculty and staff are welcome to attend in Tacoma. The facility can accommodate 100 Olympia guests, so register as early as possible.
Wednesday, January 23, 2008 Schedule a meeting between C. Rosalind Bell and your program or office.