Gulf Stream

Zengerle, Jason
September 2005
New Republic;9/19/2005, Vol. 233 Issue 12, p26
Offers a look at the conditions facing evacuees who escaped to Baton Rouge, Louisiana, before Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans. Report that most of the displaced persons are poor blacks; Response of Baton Rouge residents to the evacuees; Social and economic impact of the refugees from New Orleans on Baton Rouge; Report that most of the evacuees will be relocated elsewhere.


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