Left to chance is a close up look at residents of two historic african american neighborhoods who put words and sentences together to tell about their many and varied experiences with miss katrina and all that followed the moniker miss katrina was given to us by jo johnston of pontchartrain park. If we were to look at the katrina bookshelf as a spectrum from most specific to most broad it would be standing in the need left to chance children of katrina and then is this america. This question has haunted the survivors of hurricane katrina and informed the response to the subsequent flooding of new orleans across many yearsleft to chance takes us into two african american neighborhoods working class hollygrove and middle class pontchartrain park to learn how their residents have experienced miss katrina and the long . Left to chance takes us into two african american neighborhoods working class hollygrove and middle class pontchartrain park to learn how their residents have experienced zmiss katrinay and the long road back to normal life. For the 2015 book left to chance hurricane katrina and the story of two new orleans neighborhoods kroll smith and colleagues dr vern baster and dr pam jenkins tracked 47 individuals over the course of six years
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