How They Did It: New Orleans
Hurricane Katrina destroyed “Big Charity,” but the Big Easy has something better.
Programs to help the poor mean nothing if they don't work.
Public meetings can be like purgatory. Cities are showing us there’s a better way.
Cities are doing it for themselves but not by themselves.
The communities of Cohort II of the City Accelerator convene in Baltimore to share updates of their respective initiatives.
New Orleans and Detroit have little in common -- except their ability to persevere.
The disaster permanently altered lives, but the city continues to find innovative ways to rebuild.
It's time for a recap and review of this philanthropic, collaborative startup that has put down roots in eight cities so far.
Ten years after Katrina, New Orleans is solving municipal challenges and improving lives.
After being devastated by Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans is creating a more effective, equitable health system and reinvigorating all segments of its community.
New Orleans, Los Angeles and Albuquerque are writing their own stories to improve citizens' lives.
The City Accelerator is helping cities engage residents for better results.
The city of New Orleans, a finalist in the second round of the City Accelerator, is focused on increasing use of healthcare services by overcoming points of resistance through more effective public engagement.