After the Storm: Human Rights in the Wake of Katrina

17 Nov
by NCDC, posted in News   |  10 Comments

NUCHR and NCDC’s ULRPI present a dynamic panel covering the potential human rights offenses that occurred in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, in light of the hurricane’s Fifth Year Anniversary.

On Mon, Nov 22 at 7pm in Annenberg G21, join us for refreshments and a discussion with panelists:
Abe Louise Young, an activist and founder of New Orleans Disaster Oral History Project. Jordan Flaherty, a journalist and racial-justice activist. Kimberly Gray, a civil and environmental engineer. Donald Haider, a Kellogg Professor and authority on economic development. Robert L. Murphy, a doctor and public health expert. Galya Ruffer, director of the NU International Studies Program.

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