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Effects of Hurricane Katrina (August 29, 2005) in New Orleans - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Effects of Hurricane Katrina (August 29, 2005) in New Orleans - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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After Hurricane Katrina, coffins popped up out of the flooded ground and floated, in Louisiana.

After Hurricane Katrina, coffins popped up out of the flooded ground and floated, in Louisiana.

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A dead body is left on the I-10 highway 13 days after hurricane Katrina, in New Orleans, Louisiana, on September 9, 2005.

A dead body is left on the I-10 highway 13 days after hurricane Katrina, in New Orleans, Louisiana, on September 9, 2005.

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The Fate of Prisoners during Hurricane Katrina - (source)Most of the 7,000 prisoners had been charged with misdemeanor offenses and would have been released within a few weeks, even if convicted. But Governor Blanco effectively suspended habeas corpus (due process; right to a speedy trial) for six months, so some were incarcerated for over a year – doing “Katrina time.”  “(source). Prison officials deny that anyone died in the crisis,

The Fate of Prisoners during Hurricane Katrina - (source)Most of the 7,000 prisoners had been charged with misdemeanor offenses and would have been released within a few weeks, even if convicted. But Governor Blanco effectively suspended habeas corpus (due process; right to a speedy trial) for six months, so some were incarcerated for over a year – doing “Katrina time.” “(source). Prison officials deny that anyone died in the crisis,

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Casket Unearthed by Katrina's flood waters it sad the things that can happen after we are gone.

Casket Unearthed by Katrina's flood waters it sad the things that can happen after we are gone.

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the over 1,833 deaths, the countless  displacements, and now the growing gentrification of NOLA as a result of Hurricanes Katrina & Rita  ---are another concrete and well-documented example of the racist nature of the US government and what Black people have endured for centuries. Interestingly enough this pin has generated a wave of hate speech comments which have been deleted and the users have been blocked.  #FightRacism

the over 1,833 deaths, the countless displacements, and now the growing gentrification of NOLA as a result of Hurricanes Katrina & Rita ---are another concrete and well-documented example of the racist nature of the US government and what Black people have endured for centuries. Interestingly enough this pin has generated a wave of hate speech comments which have been deleted and the users have been blocked. #FightRacism

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