Resources from Education for Justice:
- Poverty, Post-Katrina: Who Can Rebuild?: The devastation of Katrina is still a problem in the U.S., especially for those in poverty. A comparison of two families from New Orleans, one upper-middle class, and one among the “working poor” illustrate the recent message of the U.S. Bishops, that the poor continue to be impacted in different ways.
- Hurricane Katrina, the Environment, and Human Causes: In the days after Katrina, toxic chemicals became a serious danger, while discussion continued about human decisions, climate change, and the impact of both on the seriousness of hurricane.
- Hurricane Katrina and U.S. Citizens in Poverty: This two-page fact sheet/bulletin insert is on Hurricane Katrina and U.S. Citizens in poverty. For a variety of reasons, the poor have felt the impacts of the hurricane worst of all.
- Litany for the Victims of Hurricane Katrina
- There’s No Place like Home: Housing for the Poorest Victims of Katrina: A two-page handout/bulletin insert on Hurricane Katrina and housing for the poorest victims looks at the pre-hurricane housing crisis, and the importance of supporting long-term housing solutions as well as providing short-term housing.