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Untold
Lynette Norris Wilkinson

The New Orleans 9th Ward You Never Knew [

Write Creations
August 2010
On Sale: August 15, 2010
118 pages
ISBN: 0970629214
EAN: 9780970629210
Paperback
$13.99
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Some of the first images you saw of New Orleans under water during Hurricane Katrina were the mangled houses and cars, and drowned bodies of the people from the Lower 9th Ward. Before Hurricane Katrina, few had even heard of this close-knit predominately African American community nestled just five miles form world-famous Bourbon Street. The author says, "I watched it all unfold on TV from my home near Dallas that morning. As the waters rose, my heart sank." This was my home, my neighborhood, my people. How could I not use my gifts to tell their story? "Untold" lets you: • Peek into the lives of 16 residents, share their memories, see how they survived, and where they are now • Find out what the area was before it became the Lower 9th Ward • How the Lower 9 may be connected to an area movie producer *The Lower 9 remains devastated-still----but is struggling to survive. Proceeds from this book will be donated to organizations helping the residents of the Lower 9 recover.

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