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To mark the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, The Atlantic will host New Orleans 10 Years Later, an event recognizing the city’s resilience while evaluating the challenges it and other communities across the country continue to face.
The daylong program will bring together New Orleanians, policy experts, environmentalists, economists, artists and community leaders for a day of conversations about the living history and culture of New Orleans. Conversations will explore disaster preparedness, housing, education, the environment, economic opportunity, race and resilience. Watch the live stream
Join The Atlantic and guests:
- Mayor Mitch Landrieu, City of New Orleans (@MayorLandrieu)
- W. Craig Fugate, Administrator, FEMA (@CraigatFEMA)
- La June Montgomery Tabron, President and CEO, W.K. Kellogg Foundation (@WK_Kellogg_Fdn)
- Judith Rodin, President, The Rockefeller Foundation (@RockefellerFdn)
- Michael Harrison, Superintendent, New Orleans Police Department (@NOPDNews)
- Dean Baquet, Executive Editor, The New York Times (@deanbaquet)
Follow the conversation live on Twitter: #AtlanticNOLA