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Hurricane Graffiti

Hurricane Katrina forced people to leave their homes, but they were present and vocal in the most populist form of expression...graffiti.

The code of relief and rescue workers indicated people or pets rescued, dates houses were checked and which organizations conducted the searches. The writings on walls, sides of houses, and makeshift signs communicated anger at FEMA (The Federal Emergency Management Agency) and President George Bush, loss,...
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