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    Housing Finance Availability

    Panelists discussed the government’s role in expanding consumers' access to credit. Topics included the complexities of the Federal Housing Administration, Fannie Mae, and…

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    Housing and Banking Politics

    Leaders from the Mortage Bankers Association, Financial Services Roundtable, and Housing Policy Council talked about housing finance policy. Topics included credit accessibility, the…

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    Changing Demographics and Housing Finance

    Housing finance and demographics experts talked about the changing demographics of the U.S., particularly those of the upcoming generation of homeowners. Panelists also responded to…

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    Consumer Financial Health and the Housing Market

    Housing market experts talked about the financial health of U.S. consumers and its impact on the housing market. Topics included the root causes of difficulty in obtaining mortgages…

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    Housing Finance Market Outlook

    Frank Nothaft talked about trends in U.S. housing market metrics, including sales, prices, and inventory. He also responded to questions from the audience. “Multifamily and…

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    Jason Furman on Housing Finance

    Following introductory remarks, Jason Furman talked about the economic indicators and other statistics the Obama administration used to track the overall health of the U.S. economy. He…

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    Recovery Data on New Orleans Ten Years After Hurricane Katrina

    Michael Henderson, from the Louisiana State University (LSU) Public Policy Research Lab, presented new data about the perceptions of New Orleans’s white and African-American residents…

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    Housing in New Orleans Ten Years After Hurricane Katrina

    James Bennet moderated a discussion on New Orleans housing and neighborhood development.  “A City Changing: Housing, Neighborhoods and Tradition” was part of the day-long…

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    Jesmyn Ward on New Orleans Ten Years After Hurricane Katrina

    Jesmyn Ward talked about her books Salvage the Bones and Men We Reaped. She was interviewed by Eve Troeh. “A Sense of Place” was part of the day-long event, “New Orleans:…

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    Closing Town Hall on New Orleans Ten Years After Hurricane Katrina

    Gwen Ifill moderated the day’s closing town hall which included a panel discussion and questions from the audience.  “Town Hall: What Does New Orleans Now Know?” was…

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    Baquet Family on New Orleans Ten Years After Hurricane Katrina

    Three brothers, Wayne, Dean, and Terry Baquet, told their stories of Hurricane Katrina. “Story of a Family: The Baquets” was part of the day-long event, “New Orleans: 10…

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    Young Black Male Experience in New Orleans Ten Years After Hurricane Katrina

    Jarvis DeBerry moderated a discussion about the experience of young, African-American males in New Orleans.  “Young, Black and Male in New Orleans” was part of the day-long…

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    National Resilience Ten Years After Hurricane Katrina

    Steve Clemons moderated a panel discussion about national resilience. Topics included the different meanings which had been given to the word “resilient.” “Resilient…

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    Living with Water Ten Years After Hurricane Katrina

    Architect David Waggonner talked about ways cities like New Orleans could manage living with surrounding water. He was interviewed by Jeffrey Goldberg. “Living With Water:…

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    Designing Better Infrastructure Ten Years After Hurricane Katrina

    Steve Clemons moderated a panel discussion on designing better infrastructure systems. “Living With Risk: Designing a Better System” was part of the day-long event, “New…

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    Building Resilient Cities Ten Years After Hurricane Katrina

    Eve Troeh moderated a panel discussion on how to build resilient cities to withstand storms like Katrina and Sandy. A video clip was shown from a Land of Opportunity production. …

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    Judith Rodin on New Orleans Ten Years After Hurricane Katrina

    Judith Rodin made keynote remarks at a symposium to mark the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. She spoke about how the disaster of Katrina was a wake-up call for foundations as…

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    Education in New Orleans Ten Years After Hurricane Katrina

    Walter Isaacson moderated a discussion about the state of public education in New Orleans.  “Chartered and Uncharted: Navigating Education for the Next Generation” was part…

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    FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate on New Orleans Ten Years After Hurricane Katrina

    Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Administrator Craig Fugate talked with Steve Clemons about the lessons of Hurricane Katrina and the status of disaster preparedness today.…

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    New Orleans Ten Years After Hurricane Katrina

    To mark the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina policy experts, environmentalists, economists, artists, and community leaders explored challenges facing the broader Gulf ecosystem,…

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