Hurricane Katrina, One Year Later

Posted on 06. Sep, 2006, in Death, Environment, Faith and Justice, PovertyNo Comments

Last September, New Orleans was almost completely wiped out by hurricane Katrina.  Many of the poorest communities were badly affected and one year later are now trying to rebuild their lives.  Maura O’Donovan and Teresa Rooney CHF were both working there at the time.  Teresa was working in the now famous Lower Ninth Ward of New Orleans and Miriam Gormally asked her what it’s like now.

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