The horror story in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, played out in words and heart-wrenching photographs, is likely to be with us for months or, perhaps, years to come. It was truly incomprehensible to see hundreds of “refugees” on U.S. soil fleeing their homes with no particular destination in mind. And how do we handle the photo of the deceased elderly woman in a wheelchair, covered by only a sheet, braced against the doors of the Ernest Morial Convention Center, where many of us have ...

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