by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Aug 31, 2015
New Orleans likely would not have recovered without Latino workers.
by Bryce Covert Aug 29, 2015
Funding shortfalls, legal barriers, and other obstacles mean that many residents are still fighting their way home.
by Emily Atkin Aug 28, 2015
ThinkProgress interviews the disgraced former FEMA director and current conservative talk radio host.
by Joe Romm Aug 27, 2015
Future Katrinas will become more and more devastating to New Orleans and the entire Gulf of Mexico. If we don’t tackle climate change ASAP, it is hard to see how New Orleans could survive the century.
by Katie Valentine Aug 27, 2015
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal doesn't want President Obama to mention climate change during his trip to New Orleans this week.
by Carimah Townes Aug 27, 2015
"That is their reality, their point of reference."
"We know from Hurricane Katrina that it is the poor and people of color who get left behind."
by Carimah Townes Aug 26, 2015
"Each musician has a different story to tell about Katrina."
by Joe Romm Aug 24, 2015
Climate Progress owes its existence to Hurricane Katrina. But it is only a decade after Katrina that we have actually seen anything resembling genuine "progress on climate" in the world.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Nov 16, 2013
Hurricane Katrina and Obamacare do have one thing in common: They're both clear examples of how our political system decides who is worth rescuing, and who gets left behind.