Rebuilding an American City: A Case Study of Biloxi, MS

Architecture for Humanity co-founders Kate Stohr and Cameron Sinclair detail what it is like to help rebuild a hurricane ravished town after Katrina in coastal Mississippi, where thousands of homes and businesses were leveled, thousands were left without shelter or home, and city infrastructure was decimated.

Festival: 2007

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