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1. Essential Facts About the Victims of Hurricane Katrina (external link)
Abstract: This paper provides essential facts about victims of Hurricane Katrina, highlighting the difficult conditions most victims faced long before the storm even arrived
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2. Gulf Families' Recovery at Risk (external link)
Abstract: This article looks at the problems with Bush cutting the Davis-Bacon act after Hurricane Katrina
Resource Type: Article



3. Washing Away the Veil: Katrina and the Racial Wealth Divide (external link)
Abstract: Explores the racial wealth divide that is so prevalant in our country, which isn't new, but was at least brought back into public discourse by Hurricane Katrina.
Resource Type: Article




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UCSD
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