Katrina & Beyond

Katrina Evacuees: Where Are They Now?

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FEMA was supposed to get hurricane victims out of emergency shelters by last Saturday. Evacuees are now living in all 50 states of the union, though most are concentrated in Louisiana and Texas.


James Mcintyre, spokesman for FEMA

Sharon Adams, director of communications, Joint Hurricane Housing Task Force

Vernon Jones, DeKalb County CEO

Rev. Eric Miller, executive director of St. Stephen's Interdenominational Alliance in San Diego



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