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Mayor Nagin on Race and Rebuilding in New Orleans

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Mayor Nagin on Race and Rebuilding in New Orleans

Katrina & Beyond

Mayor Nagin on Race and Rebuilding in New Orleans

Mayor Nagin on Race and Rebuilding in New Orleans

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New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin discusses racial tensions in the city post-Katrina after Latino workers flocked to the city for the cleanup and rebuilding process. He says he expects New Orleans to remain majority African-American, but that it will have to adjust to shifting racial demographics.

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