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Com (accessed July 6, 2006). C h a p t e r 3 RACE-ING THE POST-KATRINA POLITICAL LANDSCAPE: AN ANALYSIS OF THE 2006 NEW ORLEANS ELECTION KRISTEN CLARKE INTRODUCTION The elections that were conducted in New Orleans in the spring of 2006 were historic in a number of regards. These elections were the first conducted following a major natural disaster and with significant numbers of residents displaced from the city.
1 Although it is poor, segregated, scorned by outsiders, criminalized, redlined, over-policed, and now finally flooded to Noahic proportions, New Orleans remains an assemblage of terrains imbued with so much meaning, nesting so much struggle and power, history and community. That residents of the Ninth Ward like Jackie are returning to rebuild, even without pledges from city leaders that their neighborhood will be provided with sewerage, gas, and electricity, is a testament to the power of place.
Many more moved into Jefferson Parish to the west. The push and pull forces that motivated white flight were many. They included racist yearnings for a segregated society that was being fundamentally challenged, but also economic forces and technological breakthroughs that made suburbanization possible. St. ” Beyond city limits in the Parish, St. Claude Avenue becomes the St. Bernard Highway, and Claiborne Avenue becomes Judge Perez Drive. The homes in St. Bernard are much newer than those in the Ninth Ward.