|Children of the Storm: Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina|
|Detail:|| One year after Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf Coast of the United States, more than 125,000 children in Louisiana alone are still displaced, living in abandoned homes or FEMA trailers. New York Times photographer Brenda Ann Kenneally traveled to New Orleans to document the current housing conditions and lives of children affected by the storm. This interactive feature presents the experiences of children and their families in their own voices. |
In a related essay, "Orphaned," writer Jason DeParle reflects on the impact of Hurricane Katrina on children living in public housing in New Orleans. A link to the story is provided at the end of the feature. Link to special issue of the New York Times Magazine: http://www.nytimes.com/indexes/2006/08/27/magazine/index.html.