A Louisiana Tribe Is Now Officially A Community Of Climate Refugees

For 170 years, a Biloxi-Chitimacha-Choctaw have assigned this remote island, flourishing off a land as fishermen, oystermen and trappers

What was once a 22,000-acre islandonly 25 houses remained occupied

Pat Forbes, a executive executive of a Louisiana Office of Community Development, pronounced in a recover that a tribe’s people are on a front line of Louisiana’s coastal land detriment disaster.

‚ÄúThis $48 million grant,” she said, “will allow a state to assistance them resettle

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