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Daniel Wolff's 'The FIght for Home: How (Parts of) New Orleans Came Back' chronicles the recovery efforts and activism employed to help the areas most affected by Hurricane Katrina return to normal and rebuild. Read about how Carolyn Parker, a resident of the Lower Ninth Ward, returned to rebuild her house after Katrina, and her remembering life in the segregated South.
Dealing with the damage brought on by a natural disaster is a daunting and difficult undertaking, but can be helped with the right preparation. Attorney Richard Gaudreau shares tips on how to recover after a weather-related storm.
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