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03Aug

The Legacy of Post-Katrina New Orleans’ Political Theater on Today’s Climate Crisis

On the little black and white TV in my parent’s kitchen I listened to politicians promise to “Build Back Better” in the aftermath of Katrina. It was the same rah-rah-rah I heard from them after every disaster I’d paid attention to since 9/11. Post-disaster politicians profess their communities are resilient, despite the disaster. They frame […]

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