Levee is breached following hurricane Katrina (NOAA photo)
Evacuees at Houston Astrodome (FEMA photo by ed dahl)
NOAA photo of New Orleans flooding
hurricane survivor
"I was on the roof of this
building I'm standing in
front of, waiting for
help"        -M Johnston
Where were you when the water
was rising?"
FEMA Trailers in St. Bernard, LA 12-2007  (katrina connection photo)
hurricane survivor
"I was working at
Northshore Hospital....we
were low on food and water,
and had dead bodies
there...I was worried about
my family..."  -John
"It's About More Than Just A Hurricane!"
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IT'S BEEN YEARS AND PEOPLE ARE STILL MISSING FROM HURRICANE KATRINA.  MANY MAY NEVER BE FOUND.
SOME OF THE DEAD MAY NEVER BE IDENTIFIED.

             Lest We Forget: Where Have All The MISSING Gone?







NEW ORLEANS (August 29, 2008) -- Hurricane Katrina and the flooding of New Orleans will never be forgotten by the
people of New Orleans and the Gulf Coast. Almost 1900 people are dead or missing from Hurricane Katrina, and all the victims
were not in or from New Orleans and the Gulf Coast...
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New Orleans first responders carry a coffin containing remains of an unidentified Hurricane Katrina victim to the new Katrina Memorial Cemetery on 8-29-2008 photo (C) katrinaconnection.com
NOAA photo of Hurricane Katrina
housing demolition demonstration in New Orleans
New Orleans homeless at Christmas 2007
MLK Day March 2008, led by Ray Nagin
FEMA photo of evacuees waiting for transport from New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina
FEMA photo of evacuees outside Louisiana Superdome
Katrina-Ritaville Express FEMA trailer
former St Bernard housing development in New Orleans
church under construction in uptown New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina
New Orleans police make arrests during housing demolition protests
New Orleans police make arrests at housing demolition protest
New Orleans skyline (photo by Justin Watts)
replica grave marker placed in median of New Orleans street by residents
New housing at site of old Melpomene housing project in New Orleans
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