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Hurricane Katrina news and analysis from The Nation
October 24, 2017
It Doesn’t Matter if Cities Are Climate Change–Proof if No One Can Afford to Live in Them
In the wake of this year’s devastating hurricanes, cities need to focus on equity in all of their future climate-adaptation plans.
September 18, 2017
This Department Is the Last Hideout of Climate Change Believers in Donald Trump’s Government
But can we count on them to speak up?
Michael T. Klare
September 6, 2017
Climate Denialism Is Literally Killing Us
The victims of Hurricane Harvey have a murderer—and it’s not the storm.
December 15, 2016
The Deferred Dream of Barack Obama
His presidency remains symbolic—but it has become an emblem of America’s refusal to truly change.
August 29, 2016
White New Orleans Has Recovered from Hurricane Katrina. Black New Orleans Has Not.
Taking stock 11 years after the storm.
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October 2, 2015
These Guestworkers Just Won $20 Million Back From the Company That Trafficked Them
An unprecedented win highlights just how exploitative this country’s guestworker program really is.
September 30, 2015
How Did New Orleans’s Vietnamese Americans Recover After Katrina?
The community’s success is a model for solidarity across race and class in the face of natural disaster and political disenfranchisement.
September 24, 2015
Letters From the October 12, 2015, Issue
September 4, 2015
New Orleans: Reflections on the Week That Was
On the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, residents reflect on the changes of the last decade.
Roberta Brandes Gratz
August 28, 2015
Former Residents of New Orleans’s Demolished Housing Projects Tell Their Stories
When public housing was demolished post-Katrina, black women were especially hard hit. A new report examines what their lives look like now.