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 Experiences in rebuilding New Orleans 5 years after Hurricane Katrina
 CHRY 105.5 FM   
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Lori and Alyssa visited St. Bernard Parish in New Orleans, the only region in America that was 100% affected by a disaster (completely flooded). Hurricane Katrina (August 29, 2005) was everything but a 'natural disaster', and the struggle continues 5 years onward. Hear from the people's stories and experiences.

Speakers in random order: Rebecca Wise (resident), Darren Anderson (resident), Mary Williams (Program Manager for Community Outreach, for the Deep South Center for Environmental Justice), Michael Northcut (resident), Michael Kostek (volunteer, AmeriCorps), Tanya Harris (community orgranizer, former Head Organizer of ACORN in New Orleans), brief clip of Garland Robinette's May 21st 2010 broadcast (WWL Radio New Orleans), ....
Produced by Alyssa Tutay and Lori Dagenais, hosts of Eco News Now, CHRY 105.5FM

To learn more about the Deep South Center for Environmental Justice, visit <>.
(3-4 extra minutes of the traditional song "Li'l Liza Jane" at end)

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