Katy Reckdahl

journalist based in New Orleans

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Journalist based in New Orleans 

Katy Reckdahl on KCRW

When Hurricane Katrina churned up the Gulf of Mexico 10 years ago, levees failed, the waves rushed in, and four-fifths of the City of New Orleans was left under water.

Ten Years after Katrina: A Tale of Two Cities

When Hurricane Katrina churned up the Gulf of Mexico 10 years ago, levees failed, the waves rushed in, and four-fifths of the City of New Orleans was left under water.

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