I think New Orleans Square, just the way it is, is enough of a tribute. Life as we know it in that region will not get back to normal for years to come. People's everyday lives have been destroyed, but also, their tourism industry will be devistated for a long time. NOS will serve as a reminder of the great and wonderful cultures in the south. It stands as a tribute to what was and what will someday be again. I know when I visit in a few weeks, I will definitely be reminded of the splendor and beauty of the south. I will be reminded of the dignity of the people and the importance of the culture. I will mourn what is lost, but celebrate the essence whoch will survive.
I think for the park to add some sort of tribute will seem hollow, to say the very least. I feel badly enough to be spending money on a vacation when there are people who have lost everything. Life goes on- I would rather see the company give more money and resources, even sending cast members down to help. That is a truely meaningful gesture. A ribbon or window will not do anything to help the victims and they won't see it anyways.