The Marc Steiner Show

Reflecting On The 10 Years Since Hurricane Katrina

"Honoring Those Still Missing" (Photo Credit: Craig Morse via Flickr)August 28, 2015 – Segment 2

Listen to a special Marc Steiner Show / Center for Emerging Media presentation: 10 Years Since Hurricane Katrina. You will hear the diverse voices of a number of individuals from and/or living in the Crescent City, most of whom lived through the storm.

With: Tracie Washington, President of Louisiana Justice Institute; James Perry, New Orleanian and former Director of the Greater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center; Jordan Flaherty, New Orleans-based journalist, author of the book Floodlines: Community and Resistance from Katrina to the Jena Six, and creator of the new short documentary film New Orleans: Recovery or Removal (which can be seen at GRITTV.org); Kristina Kay Robinson, writer, artist, and New Orleans native; Karen Gadbois, founder and reporter at The Lens, New Orleans’ first investigative news non-profit; Adam Karlin, freelance journalist and travel writer in New Orleans; Ellis Marsalis III, photographer and native New Orleanian; Tara Conley, Social Media Manager at Race Forward, Producer of Kellen and Katrina, and Brackish: A Visual Ethnography of Hurricane Katrina; and Kellen, musician and subject of the film Kellen and Katrina

Written by Marc Steiner

Marc Steiner

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