August 27, 2015
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John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
  • Photo: Scott Saltzman

Ten years ago Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast of the United States leaving thousands of Americans displaced and infrastructure severely damaged. New Orleans, the city most affected by the hurricane, has been rebuilding ever since. Hurricane Katrina motivated the world into action as relief workers and responders aided citizens of New Orleans and started the process of rebuilding.

Harvard Kennedy School was part of the response and answered the call to action by collaborating with community leaders in a devastated New Orleans neighborhood and establishing the Broadmoor Project. Read more>>

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