Explore Hurricane Katrina, I Survived, and more!

On the 10th Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, a Pattern of Neglect Still Plagues Black Lives In New Orleans

On the Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, a Pattern of Neglect Still Plagues Black Lives In New Orleans

Local Grocer Opens the Only Store in the Lower Ninth Ward Since Hurricane Katrina

Local Grocer Opens the Only Store in the Lower Ninth Ward Since Hurricane Katrina

Studies Find that Hurricane Katrina Survivors Suffer From PTSD, Other Mental Health Challenges

Residents wait on a rooftop to be rescued from the floodwaters of Hurricane Katrina on Sept.

Atlanta BlackStar  Facebook  Twitter  YouTube  Rss Feed Atlanta Black Star is a narrative company.  We publish narratives intentionally and specifically to enFormer officers of the New Orleans police force pleaded guilty Wednesday to the shootings of five unarmed citizens following Hurricane Katrina. The officers accepted a plea deal and received greatly reduced sentences for their crimes that took place on the Danziger Bridge more than a decade ago. Four of the ex-cops have been behind bars…

Ex-Cops Plead Guilty to Shooting, Killing Unarmed Civilians on Danziger Bridge in Exchange for Reduced Sentences

On 10th Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, Chicago Tribune Writer Advocates Genocide, Hopes a Storm Will Wipe Out Chicago

August Adeline Perkins and Lynell Batiste carry their dogs Princess and Timmy while Kewanda Batiste and Ulysses Batiste swim through the flood waters from their Lacombe, Louisiana, home

hurricane katrina: 10 years of recovery and reflection Ghosts Of Katrina Still Haunt New Orleans' Shattered Lower Ninth Ward

Home Page Top Stories

hurricane katrina: 10 years of recovery and reflection Ghosts Of Katrina Still Haunt New Orleans' Shattered Lower Ninth Ward

In May 2015 - 10 years after Hurricane Katrina - graduates of McDonogh #35 Senior High School gather... - Getty

In May 2015 - 10 years after Hurricane Katrina - graduates of McDonogh #35 Senior High School gather... - Getty

Katrina At 10: The Economy Is Booming, But Black People Are Sinking Deeper Into Poverty

New Orleans continues its post-Katrina recovery as new statistics from the Census Bureau show a 10 percent increase in the city's population from 2010 to That ranks New Orleans as the fastest growing city out of 714 U.

Didn't know he had a TV show: Al Roker’s Weather Channel Show Canceled After Tense Emails Weatherman Challenged Downplaying of Anniversary Weatherman Al Roker's "Wake Up With Al" show on the Weather Channel is being canceled. Perhaps coincidentally, perhaps not, the cancellation followed a dispute between Roker and David Clark, president of The Weather Company's TV division, over a decision to downplay the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina's landfall. | AfricanAmerica.org

Al Roker’s Weather Channel Show Canceled After Tense Emails Over Katrina-Anniversary Coverage Leaked emails show that the weatherman wanted to be down in New Orleans covering the anniversary. His superiors thought otherwise.

Pinterest
Search