Revisiting the Gulf Coast

Tomorrow marks the one year anniversary of the tragic loss of life and resources associated with the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill.  Although the oil stopped flowing into the Gulf waters last July, the impacts of the disaster are far reaching, and will persist for years to come.

Young Crabber - Grand Isle, LA

 

When we visited the local communities last Summer, we heard a variety of opinions and perspectives and we brought these together through blog posts, video interviews, and photography that captured the up-close and raw stories of affected communities.  On Earth Day, Friday, April 22, I will be returning to the coast to check back in on the coastal communities and provide additional documentation on the ongoing impacts along the coast.

If you are able to make a donation today to help the work, it would be greatly appreciated.  Your support helps our ongoing documentary efforts and allows us to bring these stories to you in a personal, authentic way.  Please consider making a donation using the button below, and follow along with us here on the blog, on YouTube, on Facebook, and on Twitter.

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