'It Takes a Nation' to Survive a Storm

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Laura Dawn's compilation includes photos by Carter Smith.

Laura Dawn's compilation features photos by Carter Smith.

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Laura Dawn, cultural director of MoveOn.org, edited It Takes a Nation: How Strangers Became Family in the Wake of Hurricane Katrina. The book collects oral histories and photos of storm evacuees and those who helped them.

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How Strangers Became Family in the Wake of Hurricane Katrina

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