Still Waiting: Life After Katrina is a remarkable story of resilience, family, and attachment to place. The documentary focuses on an African-American/Creole family of 155 people from the New Orleans area.
Still Waiting premiered on PBS stations across the country during the second anniversary of
Katrina in August 2007 and continues to be broadcast today.
On this website, you can read more about the story of the film, learn about classroom opportunities, read reviews by library journals, scholars, and individuals, see more photos of the family, and learn more about the production of the film. Order a copy for yourself or your library now.
Still Waiting is a collaboration of filmmaker Ginny Martin and anthropologist Kate Browne.