Three years later, thousands of Katrina victims are still without homes

Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Three years after Hurricane Katrina slammed into the gulf coast; thousands of folks remain in trailers or are still homeless. The barriers to recovery are complex but the struggles exist for the poorest of folks, particularly in the area of housing and jobs. Sharon Hanshaw, a lifelong resident of Biloxi, Mississippi was and remains one of those thousands of Americans still struggling with recovery.
Sharon Hanshaw is a single mom and local activist from Biloxi, Mississippi, who was herself living in a trailer until three months ago.

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Bruce Reznick

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