In remembrance of the 10th Anniversary of the devastation in NOLA from H. Katrina, here is a sampling of the many articles and programs on the topic:
- What Katrina left behind: New Orleans’ uneven recovery and unending divisions. Tourism and entrepreneurship are up and a river of federal money has flowed in – but places like the Lower Ninth Ward are still defined by absence and poverty
- Six Lessons.
- Many Katrina victims left New Orleans for good. What can we learn from them?
- New Orleans economic renaissance is not all it may seem 10 years after KatrinaHigh-profile entrepreneurs have moved to the city but with a drastic wealth gap and some big projects foundering a real recovery needs to be from the bottom up.
- NOTE to Readers: The Diva has been seeing references to a new book titled We’re Still Here, Ya Bastards (by Roberta Gratz); she would like to have someone who has read the book provide a review for this blog.
- The Effects of H. Katrina on Displaced Children
- Reader Chris Jones called my attention to the special feature on H. Katrina in the Oxford American magazine.
- ‘New Orleans West’: Houston is home for many evacuees 10 years after Katrina. Of the 250,000-odd people who escaped to Houston after hurricane Katrina, up to 100,000 likely remain there permanently a decade after the storm
- Article from the NY Times on 8/26
- Article on the NOLA economy, from the WSJ on August 27.