Charles Guest sends a postcard from New Orleans — a city still struggling to recover from Hurricane Katrina
While in the Deep South of the United States, I intended to study challenges for health and medicine in the Mississippi Delta; how Creole and Cajun histories would mix with the US at large. The immediate problem, however, was “Katrina fatigue” — the exhaustion in New Orleans that has accompanied the long recovery from one of the country’s deadliest and most damaging hurricanes.
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