Blackonomics: Post-Katrina’s Illusion of a Recovery
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Blackonomics: Post-Katrina’s Illusion of a Recovery

By James Clingman NNPA Columnist   Katrina does not need the word “Hurricane” as a…

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New Orleans: A Tale of Two Cities
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New Orleans: A Tale of Two Cities

By Rhodesia Muhammad Special to the NNPA from The Final Call NEW ORLEANS – It’s…

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Blacks ‘Left Behind’ in New Orleans Recovery
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Blacks ‘Left Behind’ in New Orleans Recovery

By Freddie Allen NNPA Senior Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON (NNPA) – As Gulf Coast residents and…

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Remembering the Scope of Katrina
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Remembering the Scope of Katrina

By Bill Fletcher, Jr. NNPA Columnist   There will be many remembrances written in light…

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Bush Hails School Reforms in Katrina Anniversary Visit
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Bush Hails School Reforms in Katrina Anniversary Visit

CAIN BURDEAU, Associated Press NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Former President George W. Bush returned Friday…

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For Hurricane Katrina Anniversary, Obama Cites Inequities ‘Brewing for Decades’
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For Hurricane Katrina Anniversary, Obama Cites Inequities ‘Brewing for Decades’

New Orleans (CNN) – President Barack Obama returned Thursday to an outwardly thriving New Orleans…

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Obama Says New Orleans is ‘Moving Forward’ After Hurricane
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Obama Says New Orleans is ‘Moving Forward’ After Hurricane

DARLENE SUPERVILLE, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama says New Orleans is “moving…

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10 Years After Katrina
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10 Years After Katrina

President Obama to Observe Katrina’s 10th Anniversary in New Orleans
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President Obama to Observe Katrina’s 10th Anniversary in New Orleans

by Zenitha Prince Special to the NNPA from the Afro-American Newspaper Almost 10 years ago,…

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The Last Time I Saw My Mother
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The Last Time I Saw My Mother

(The Washington Post) – If it had not been for a disagreement with my mother…

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