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  • Hurricane Katrina + 10: Biloxi survivor

    Jackie Washington recounts the destruction of Biloxi in the aftermath of Katrina. The smell of death, the joy of finding neighbors alive, the lack of immediate aid and the anger at being considered a refugee resulted in the city’s common mantra of “I am Biloxi.” (Ali Rizvi/McClatchy)

Hurricane Katrina + 10: Biloxi survivor

Jackie Washington recounts the destruction of Biloxi in the aftermath of Katrina. The smell of death, the joy of finding neighbors alive, the lack of immediate aid and the anger at being considered a refugee resulted in the city’s common mantra of “I am Biloxi.” (Ali Rizvi/McClatchy)