Originally published 04/09/2015
In examining attitudes towards people who chose to stay in New Orleans despite the danger of Katrina, Anja Nadine Klopfer has reached an interesting conclusion. She argues that choosing to stay was a conscious decision based on local identity stemming from the Civil War-era.
Originally published 01/28/2015
Oral histories with responders gives us a new perspective on the disaster.
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