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Title: THE REBIRTH OF A CITY: SOCIAL JUSTICE, ETHICS, AND NEW ORLEANS
Authors: Wildes, Kevin Wm.
Keywords: hurricane Katrina
social justice
ethics reform
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Loyola University New Orleans College of Law
Citation: 61 Loy. L. Rev. 467
Abstract: This past year as New Orleans marked the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, many people celebrated the progress that the city has made. Progress has been slow and there are many reasons for that. The extent of the devastation required far more than the physical rebuilding of the city. The city’s rebirth has involved every social structure; government, education, and commerce all had to be rebuilt. Government at every level—city, state, and federal—had to participate. But it is also important to remember that, as Mayor Mitchell Landrieu often notes, our progress is not about rebuilding the city as it was but about creating a city for the future.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/48
ISSN: 0192-9720
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