New Orleans Under Reconstruction

New Orleans Under Reconstruction

Michael Sorkin, Anthony Fontenot

whilst the levees broke in August 2005 due to typhoon Katrina, eighty percentage of town of recent Orleans was once flooded, with a lack of 134,000 houses and 986 lives. specifically, the devastation hit the weak groups the toughest: the outdated, the negative and the African American. The catastrophe uncovered the hideous inequality of town. according to the catastrophe various plans, designs and tasks have been proposed.

This daring, hard and trained ebook gathers jointly the range of responses from politicians, writers, architects and planners and searches for the solutions of 1 of an important problems with our age: How do we plan for the long run, making a extra powerful and equivalent position?

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