Samuel Jackson

Resident, B.W. Cooper Housing Project

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Resident of the B.W. Cooper Housing Project in New Orleans, Louisiana

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More than two years after Katrina, public housing in New Orleans has become an issue on Capitol Hill and in the presidential campaign.

Shutting the Door to Public Housing in New Orleans?

More than two years after Katrina, public housing in New Orleans has become an issue on Capitol Hill and in the presidential campaign.

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