Texas Wesleyan Law Review
This Article examines the possibility of an inter-minority coalition aiding the ongoing rebuilding in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Part II of this Article discusses the history of both the Davis-Bacon Act and the Immigration Reform and Control Act. Part III discusses the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina as it relates to the aforementioned Acts. Part IV discusses the needs of both undocumented workers and African-Americans following Hurricane Katrina, and Part V discusses the proposed emergence of an inter-minority coalition to fulfill those needs.
D. A. Lacy,
The Aftermath of Katrina: Race, Undocumented Workers, and the Color of Money,
Tex. Wesleyan L. Rev.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.37419/TWLR.V13.I2.8