She had just taken off her hazmat suit. After several days spent gutting Broadmoor’s Andrew H. Wilson School with neighbors and student volunteers, LaToya faced a group of reporters.
It was early 2007, more than a year and half following Hurricane Katrina and the levee failures, and LaToya, president of the Broadmoor Improvement Association, implored the state to present a plan to fix New Orleans’ damaged schools…
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