Hurricane Katrina devastated the city of New Orleans 17 years ago, with more than 1800 lives lost and more than $100 billion in property damage. Many of those who lived through the storm were children at the time and traumatized by the experience. The documentary “Katrina Babies” is a collection of stories about those who experienced the storm as children and how it has impacted their lives. Geoff Bennett is joined by the filmmaker Edward Buckles Jr., a New Orleans native and survivor of Hurricane Katrina, to discuss.
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