Eve Troeh

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  • Username: eetroeh
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  • Role: Producer/Reporter: Independent

Recent Pieces from Eve Troeh

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Katrina: The Debris // Resilience (24:45)
From: WWNO

Well, we’ve made it. Almost. It’s been a long, hot summer this is our last episode as we come up on the tenth anniversary of Katrina. The city is abuzz with journalists and ...
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Katrina: The Debris // Newcomers (25:34)
From: WWNO

Lots of people who visit New Orleans today are surprised to find the city in such good shape. The rebuilding effort has been long, arduous, and largely successful in most ...
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Katrina: The Debris // Missing (23:00)
From: WWNO

According to numbers from the US Census and the IRS, 236,970 people left Louisiana between the summer of 2005 and the summer of 2006, mostly because of Hurricane ...
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Katrina: The Debris // Education (23:20)
From: WWNO

Of all the changes New Orleans has seen in the ten years since Katrina, the restructuring of the city's public school system is perhaps the most drastic. In place of a ...
Caption: Honduras native Brenda Murphy hosts a daily morning show for the Latino community on Radio Tropical Caliente

Katrina: The Debris // Nueva Orleans (19:36)
From: WWNO

According to a study by the Data Center, the Hispanic population of the New Orleans metro area has nearly doubled since the year 2000. Many people immigrated from Mexico and ...
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Katrina: The Debris // Houston (25:05)
From: WWNO

Nearly a quarter of a million people evacuated to Houston from New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath, and in 2006 there were still about 150,000 Katrina ...
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Katrina: The Debris // On The Road (20:00)
From: WWNO

This week on Katrina: The Debris, getting around New Orleans, during and after the storm.
Caption: Katrina evacuee Stasia Davis with her kids and grandkids outside their home in Houston., Credit: Kate Richardson

Generations (26:53)
From: WWNO

New Orleans is a family city. Grandparents and grandkids, cousins, aunts and uncles often live in the same house, share the same traditions. When Katrina hit, many families ...
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Ingredients (19:09)
From: WWNO

The root of the word “restaurant” is in fact the French verb "restaurer," to restore. And New Orleans restaurateurs, the proprietors, were seen as key figures in restoring ...
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Green Dot (17:47)
From: WWNO

The first map for rebuilding New Orleans after the floods included half a dozen ominous totems: Green Dots. To New Orleans native Wendell Pierce, star of The Wire and Treme, ...