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On Aug. 27, ceremonial shovels hit the dirt at Lafitte Street in New Orleans, as the redevelopment of the Lafitte public housing complex got under way.
Federal housing officials have put a new team in place to lead the troubled Housing Authority of New Orleans (HANO).
A DOCUMENTARY SERIES following a group of Tulane University architecture students as they design and build a single-family home in a low-income neighborhood of New Orleans has been airing on the Sundance Channel.
It didn’t take long for Katrina to sweep through the Gulf Coast and displace thousands of New Orleans residents.
NEW ORLEANS — On Dec. 20, police clashed with residents and housing activists at New Orleans City Hall.
NEW ORLEANS—Visiting this city for the first time since Katrina, I was not that shocked by what I saw.
NEW ORLEANS — Two-and-a-half years after Hurricane Katrina, many who called New Orleans home continue to live in trailers tainted by formaldehyde or with relatives in California or in apartments in Houston or in dark cracks where they have slipped unknown into the American landscape.
If New Orleans had to have the eye of a hurricane pass within 100 miles of the center of town, it couldn’t have done better than Hurricane Gustav, the Category 2 storm that hit the area Sept. 1.
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