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How do Hurricane Katrina's winds blow? : racism in 21st-century New Orleans

Author: Liza Lugo
Publisher: Santa Barbara, CA : Praeger, 2014.
Series: Racism in American institutions
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
Summary:
"The disproportionate effect of Hurricane Katrina on African Americans was an outcome created by law and societal construct, not chance. This book takes a hard look at racial stratification in American today and debunks the myth that segregation is a thing of the past."
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Liza Lugo
ISBN: 9781440828881 1440828881 9781440828898 144082889X
OCLC Number: 882191846
Description: XXIX, 293 Seiten : Illustrationen.
Series Title: Racism in American institutions
Responsibility: Liza Lugo.

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