Desert Bayou

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Alex LeMay's documentary tells the little-known yet fascinating story of the 600 African-Americans who were evacuated from New Orleans in the wake of Hurricane Katrina and relocated to a remote military installation in Utah. Facing a startling clash of race, culture and class, these devastated evacuees find themselves strangers in a strange land, struggling to rebuild their lives against insurmountable odds.

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  • Boneslut

    Can you imagine white people being re-located from Utah to Louisiana, and then complaining about there being no white people there?  In the U.S., racism is obviously a two-way street.

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