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New Orleans Ten Years After the Storm: African Americans and Whites Live Differing Realities

A decade after Hurricane Katrina hit, a 2015 Kaiser Family Foundation/NPR survey finds a racial divide in how New Orleans residents perceive the city’s recovery. African-Americans continue to lag far behind Whites, both in their views of how much progress has been made and in the rates at which they report continuing struggles. For more details, read the full survey report.

New Orleans Ten Years After the Storm: African Americans and Whites Live Differing Realities