Center for Community Change Action: Ten Years After Katrina, Low-Income Communities Are Still Vulnerable to Disaster: Here’s Why

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It’s been 10 years since my mother lost the only house she’s ever owned. A factory worker in Jackson, Mississippi, one of the poorest American cities, my mother lost her house to the flood waters of Hurricane Katrina that uprooted families, killed thousands and laid waste to entire neighborhoods throughout the Gulf States.

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