Two Years Later: Displaced Gulf Coast Residents 'Stuck and Suicidal'

The controversial aftermath of hurricane Katrina has been widely documented - a delayed response from FEMA and charges of racism against the government from affected locals. Two years later many displaced citizens are forced to live in FEMA trailers that offer little comfort or sense of community. Neighboring rental options are expensive and hard to find. These conditions highlight the need for more affordable housing in the Gulf Region. Link here to read and listen to an NPR story about these residents and the conditions they endure.

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