COLORBLIND: THE KATRINA MONOLOGUES by Tom Flannery
On the morning of August 29, 2005, Hurricane Katrina hit southeast Louisiana. Today, it is still remembered as the most apocalyptic storm to hit the US, causing severe damage along the Gulf Coast. In the aftermath of the storm, the federal flood protection system in New Orleans failed in more than fifty places, causing nearly every levee to break. Thousands of families were uprooted. More than 1800 persons lost their lives. Flannerys Katrina Monologues tells the stories of nine people affected by Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath.
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