The question is simple: what do you remember most about Hurricane Katrina and it's aftermath. What is the one story, the one video, or the one image that sticks out most in your mind?
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I love the city of New Orleans and believe the city teeters on the verge of Haiti yet bursting with the civility and culture only the French can cultivate.
To me, the most enduring moment of Hurricane Katrina came five years after the waters had receded and black refugees from New Orleans had helped spread crime to cities like Houston, Atlanta, and Baton Rouge: when George W. Bush admitted the low point of his presidency was being called a racist by Kanye West (not, you know, 9/11...).