Visions of Katrina: Five Years After the Hurricane

Aug 25, 2010
Jenny Inglee is a Los Angeles-based journalist and the Education Editor at TakePart.
A man clings to the top of a vehicle in the flooded streets of New Orleans. (Photo: Robert Galbraith/Reuters)

Almost a year after Katrina, a truck sits under a house in the Lower 9th Ward. (Photo: Sean Gardner/Reuters)

New Orleans residents call attention to the lack of aid and the violence after the storm. (Photo: Jim Young/Reuters)

Flags commemorating people killed in Hurricane Katrina at a cemetery outside New Orleans. (Photo: Lee Celano/Reuters)

Jessica Jones crouches on the porch of her home; it was destroyed by the storm and is being rebuilt. (Photo: Carlos Barria/Reuters)

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