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Since The Flood

From: Eve Abrams
Length: 02:51

New Orleanians reflect on their lives in the three years since the failure of the Federal Levees resulting from Hurricane Katrina Read the full description.

Default-piece-image-1 It's been three years since the city of New Orleans filled with water as a result of Hurricane Katrina and the failure of the Federal Levee system. This event left no New Orleanian untouched. Ten people currently living in New Orleans share a little bit about how their lives have changed in these past three years.

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It's been three years since the city of New Orleans filled with water as a result of Hurricane Katrina and the failure of the Federal Levee system. This event left no New Orleanian untouched. Ten people currently living in New Orleans share a little bit about how their lives have changed in these past three years.