Tensions Persist For Blacks, Latinos In New Orleans Economic competition between Latino and African-American residents has intensified in post-Katrina New Orleans. The tensions are a snapshot of challenges facing the presidential candidates.
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Tensions Persist For Blacks, Latinos In New Orleans

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Tensions Persist For Blacks, Latinos In New Orleans

Tensions Persist For Blacks, Latinos In New Orleans

Tensions Persist For Blacks, Latinos In New Orleans

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Economic competition between Latino and African-American residents has intensified in post-Katrina New Orleans. The tensions are a snapshot of challenges facing the presidential candidates.

NPR's David Greene reports from New Orleans, then talks with Deborah Amos as part of NPR's series on Latino voters.