Remember Me

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A tragedy that unfolded in multiple acts, Hurricane Katrina devestated the city of New Orleans. Without judgement, the author presents the errors made by leaders at various levels and shows the effects of poor decision-making. The book also addresses several rumors that got reported by the press that ultimately provided to be untrue. An interesting exploration of how a major weather event can have immediate and lasting implications.
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On August 25th, 2005, one of the deadliest and most destructive hurricanes in history hit the Gulf of Mexico. High winds and rain pummeled coastal communities, including the City of New Orleans, which was left under 15 feet of water in some areas after the levees burst. Track this powerful storm from start to finish, from rescue efforts large and small to storm survivors' tales of triumph.
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