Hurricane Katrina Summary

Everything you need to understand or teach Hurricane Katrina.

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With the recent evidence that has surfaced concerning the situation in the Gulf Coast it is obvious that the national government is at fault. The inability of federal organizations such as the Depart... Read more
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Hurricane Katrina, which made landfall near New Orleans, Louisiana, on August 29, 2005, was the most destructive and costliest tropical cyclone to hit the United States. Hurricanes are tropical cyclo... Read more
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Portrayal of the Low Class When the words poverty comes up what are the first things that come to mind. Usually the first thing thought of is the perception of a man with a torn skiing cap, tatter... Read more
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If Martin Luther King Jr. was still alive today, he would not agree with a lot of social justice issues of our present times. Martin Luther King would be proud of how far we have come from his time an... Read more
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Hurricane Katrina is one of the most powerful storms ever to threaten the United States for the past 100 years. It is the third most powerful hurricane to make landfall in the United States. The durat... Read more
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Many have debated why the flood in New Orleans has occurred. I hypothesize that the flood occurred because of the "bowl" shape that New Orleans is in. Through thorough research I have discovered thre... Read more