Nirayl Cororve

Public History graduate student Saneea Sakhyani interviewed Meyerland resident, Nirayl Cororve, for the “Neighborhood Narratives” component of the “Resilient Houston: Oral History Project.” This project is part of the UH Center for Public History’s preservation efforts to document Hurricane Harvey’s impact on various Houston communities.

The oral history interview took place at Nirayl’s new residence in Meyerland, which her family had to re-locate to after their home flooded during the storm. In this interview, Nirayl discusses living in Meyerland, the impact of Harvey on her family and community, post-Harvey efforts at re-building, and future plans.