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Katrina Ten Years After: A Second Life A Second Chance looks back at those ill-fated days and how, ten years later, the city of New Orleans has achieved what seemed almost unimaginable a decade ago – the resurrection of one of America’s most beloved cities.

It was something that no one had ever witnessed before - images of what appeared to be the total destruction of a major American city.

Many of Katrina’s survivors will never return to New Orleans. But others— both long-time residents and new arrivals have come here together, determined to rebuild their city—maybe better than before, if they can...because it’s home.

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PBS NewsHour's Coverage of Katrina 10 Years Later

PBS NewsHour presents their multi-part series, Katrina 10 Years Later. Seven broadcast segments will air throughout the entire week covering topics such as safety, healthcare and the Ninth Ward today, and there will be full coverage online and throughout social media.

Support for Katrina: 10 Years After: A Second Life, A Second Chance
is provided by:

First NBC
First NBC Bank, a New Orleans-based financial institution, our employees saw and experienced the devastation and heartbreak of Hurricane Katrina AND the rebirth of our city and state. First NBC Bank, member FDIC.

The Irene W. and C.B. Pennington FoundationCenter for Disaster Philanthropy

The Irene W. and C.B. Pennington Foundation and the Gulf Coast Innovation Fund at the Center for Disaster Philanthropy – proud to support this program in appreciation of those who came together to bring New Orleans back over the last ten years.

Local promotional support is provided by:

Port of New Orleans

Promotional support is provided by the Board of Commissioners of the Port of New Orleans...called the Gateway to America, the Port played a critical role in the rebuilding of Louisiana following Hurricane Katrina. The Port of New Orleans – Our Connections Run Deep.

And by the

Foundation for Excellence in Louisiana Public Broadcasting



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