FRN Must List – #GulfSouthRising Special Edition


New Orleans’ Recovery From Hurricane Katrina Leaves Some Behind – NBC News

An Unequal Recovery in New Orleans: Racial Disparities Grow in City 10 Years After Katrina


10 NOLA Groups Truly Doing the Work When the Cameras Aren’t On – Colorlines by Rosana Cruz – Graphics by Aura Bogado

Two Sides to the Katrina recovery: one black, one white – separate and unequal – The LENS – 8.28.2015

“We Lost My Grand Mother In The Storm. I don’t Mean She Passes, We Lost Her” – Refiner29 – 8.28.2015

Still Missing New Orleans – The American Prospect – 8.26.2015 – by Adele M. Stan

Words and Water: Katrina Ten Years Later – a poem by Christopher D. Sims

A Decade After Katrina, Can Philanthropy Made Black Lives Matter?  The Chronicle of Philanthropy by Nat Chioke Williams – 8.27.2015

How Black Life In New Orleans Has– And Hasn’t — Improved Since Katrina – Huffington Post – by Lilly Workneh – 8.27.2015

White people in New Orleans say they’re better off after Katrina. Black people don’t. – The Washington Post – by Abby Phillip – 8.24.2015

Hurricane Katrina proved that if black lives matter, so must climate justice – The Guardian – by Elizabeth C Yeampierre – 8.24.2015


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