One-Year Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina

Several events will be held in SF and Oakland to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the Hurricane Katrina disaster on the Gulf Coast. People will honor and remember those who have died, and fight for the right to return for all those who are still displaced. They will demand an end to the ethnic cleansing of New Orleans. Bay Area events will include a film festival on Sunday, August 27th in SF, a press conference on August 28th at FEMA Headquarters in Oakland, a vigil that evening in Oakland, and a Katrina Community Commemoration Event in Oakland on the 29th. SF Critical Mass will also commemorate Katrina on August 25th


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