I encourage any and everyone interested in Hurricane Katrina and the *ongoing* efforts to rebuild the Gulf Coast to come out tonight to “Stories from the Front Line: Communities Rebuilding from Katrina” from 8-9:30 p.m. in Lowell Dining Hall. You’ll be able to hear from people such as the Mayor of Moss Point, Mississippi–the small Gulf Coast town that Cambridge adopted in the wake of Hurricane Katrina and that PBHA has and will be sending groups of students to (including my trip over Spring Break). A number of undergrads that went on the trips to Moss Point, Ocean Springs (Mississippi), and New Orleans over Intersession will also be there sharing their stories of what it was like to go to the region. In talking with them personally I’ve come to understand that words and pictures cannot adequately express the situation along the coast but maybe the one above will help (from AllHipHop.Com).
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