Examining the Long-Term Racial Disparities in Health and Economic Conditions Among Hurricane Katrina Survivors Policy Implications for Gulf Coast Rec
Toldson, I., Ray, K., Hatcher, S.S., and Louis, L.S. (2011). Examining the Long-Term Racial Disparities in Health and Economic Conditions Among Hurricane Katrina Survivors: Policy Implications for Gulf Coast Recovery. (Abstract only.) Journal of Black Studies. 42(3):360-78.
This article reviews findings from a 2006 survey of Hurricane Katrina survivors to evaluate health and economic disparities one year after the storm. Based on self-reported data, black survivors were found to have more hurricane-related problems with personal health, emotional well-being, and finances.
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