Monday, August 31, 2009

Your Call 083109 Hurricane Katrina Four Years Later--What's Changed?

What has changed since Hurricane Katrina devastated parts of Louisiana and Mississippi four years ago? On the next Your Call, we'll speak with two women whose lives have been forever altered by the tragedy. Katrina was the largest hurricane of its strength to reach the United States in recorded history. More than 1800 people were killed and 700,000 displaced. Who's returned since the hurricane? And how are people surviving both the aftermath of the storm and the economic crisis? It's Your Call with Rose Aguilar.

Colette Pichon Battle, president of the board of Moving Forward and program director of the Gulf Coast Fellowship for Community Transformation

Sharon Hanshaw, executive director of Coastal Women for Change

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