New Orleans: One year on

On August 29, 2005 Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans. Over 1,500 people were killed. One year on, amid fierce fighting over the city's regeneration, widespread disillusionment with the state and federal authorities and with hundreds of thousands of residents still displaced, New Orleans is gearing up to commemorate the storm.

Saturday, October 21, 2006

More writing on New Orleans


For more of my articles on New Orleans a year on from Katrina, follow the links below:

Spiked Magazine - "Nothing's simple in the Big Easy"
The Guardian - "There's no place like home"
Hackwriters - "One year on"

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