New Orleans Ten Years After the Storm: Progress and Challenges

A Kaiser Family Foundation/NPR survey finds views of recovery and life in New Orleans a decade after Hurricane Katrina paint a picture of both progress and challenges. Residents’ reports of conditions in their own neighborhoods and their evaluations of the city’s progress have improved steadily on many fronts. However, large gaps exist between African Americans and Whites, and residents point to other challenges, particularly in the area of public safety.

For more details, read the full survey report.

Infographic: New Orleans Ten Years After the Storm: Progress and Challenges

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