Hurricane Katrina 15 Years Later: The State of Black New Orleans from Black Voices
Being Black in America can often feel like surviving a multitude of storms with no provision of shelter. In 2020, those storm surges have come in patterns of disproportionate coronavirus deaths, record numbers of unemployment and a persistent showering of bullets to Black bodies from law enforcement and vigilantes.
To be a Black resident of the Gulf Coas…
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