Katrina Reconstruction Brings Race to Forefront
From the beginning, when the world saw images of African American storm victims waiting for rescue in New Orleans, race has been part of the story of Katrina. The city's recovery has also become an issue of black and white. In this majority African American city, some people believe there is a hidden agenda to discourage some of them from returning home.
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