When the trauma of loss and displacement weigh on him, 15-year-old budding musician Lin Ingabire -- a survivor of the Rwandan genocide and Katrina -- seeks solace in his guitar in Philadelphia

One Year Later
One Year Later

More than 1.5 million people fled the Gulf Coast in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. In most cases, they left their homes, jobs and close-knit circles of friends and family. By some estimates, half a million... Learn more

National Public Radio

1st Person
1st Person

"First Person" is a series of individual accounts of events during and after Katrina and the levee breaks. These video and audio stories are told from the perspective of the people most affected and will... Learn more

Uncovered
Uncovered

One of the goals of the Katrina Project is to generate conversation, debate and awareness around the Hurricane Katrina disaster. In order to better understand the full scope and complexity of the issues... Learn more

"Following Progress" is a feature that will focus on the improvements, repairs and changes throughout New Orleans' neighborhoods. By comparing communities throughout the city, "Following Progress" will... Learn more

Walking to New Orleans
Walking to New Orleans

In order to answer some of the questions raised by the devastating hurricane and floods, the National Black Programming Consortium is premiering "Walking to New Orleans," a collaboration by filmmaker and... Learn more

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