hurricane katrina

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Date: May 5, 2008
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Many homes in the city were completely destroyed by the floodwaters, so the people do not have anything to come back to. They have lost EVERYTHING! Can you imagine losing everything you own? Only having the clothes on your back? Living without having food and water? So as Black Americans we should want to help our fellow Black Americans in their time of need...
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If the roles were reversed and you were in the same boat as them, you would want someone to donate their time money to help you out as well. Also would it not make you feel good knowing that you are contributing to a noteworthy cause? They have been uprooted from their homes and everything they know and placed in other cities that are totally foreign to them...
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