Look and Leave.
Photographs and Stories from New Orleans's Lower Ninth Ward.
Photographs by Jane Fulton Alt, with an essay by Michael A. Weinstein
Center for American Places,
96 pp., 67 color illustrations, 9½x9".
As a participant in New Orleans’s “Look and Leave” program, Jane Fulton Alt accompanied Lower Ninth Ward residents back to their homes for the first time since fleeing Hurricane Katrina. Alt’s photographs and stories reflect the intense drama of the epic loss this community endured while highlighting lasting hope and inspiration. It is through Alt’s social worker’s compassion and keen photographer’s eye that we are given a better understanding of what it meant to be a resident of the Lower Ninth Ward of New Orleans immediately following Hurricane Katrina.
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