My introduction to Ms. Johnson's neighborhood on Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard
Ms. Johnson: "This is my 'Thanksgiving sign' cause I'm so grateful".
I am pleased to introduce, the lovely, the charming, the eclectic, the talented Ms. Gloria Moline Johnson of the city of New Orleans. Levee break flooding victim, Katrina survivor, and who is one of the many alive, faithful, and joyful souls, who seem to populate the RED ZONES of the City of New Orleans."
Ms. Johnson told me that this sign is her "Thanksgiving" sign. She likes to put up encouraging signs for the children that walk by her FEMA trailer to go to the school up the street. She told me she needs to put up her "Christmas" sign.
Did you notice the giant "rat trap" on the tree? Ever the eccentric, Ms. Johnson told me she put them on her tree to so people could see the size of the rats she has to deal with."
One cannot consent to creep when one has an impulse to soar.
Ms. Johnson's daily reality check on the ground in Post-Katrina New Orleans; her neighborhood.
"Affordable housing in Ms. Johnson's neighborhood"
Ms. Johnson with her brothers and sisters.
is to cut it down with a chain saw."