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Not even Katrina could destroy the Mardi Gras spirit in New Orleans. Here, revelers parade last Halloween dressed as spoiled refrigerators -- a common sight when thousands of refrigerators were left by the curb after Hurricane Katrina knocked out power for weeks, causing their contents to rot.

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  • Joshua shows off his Katrina tattoo on Decatur Street in New Orleans, one month to the day after Katrina devastated New Orleans and the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
  • Are we next?
  • Joshua shows off his Katrina tattoo on Decatur...
  • Photo by David Rae Morris
  • Aug 30, 2006
  • A year after Hurricane Katrina, around 200,000 New Orleans residents still have not returned home. Here, members of the choir listen to speakers in July during an interfaith service at St. Peter Claver Catholic Church featuring U.S. Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.).
  • Are we next?
  • A year after Hurricane Katrina, around 200,000 New...
  • Photo by David Rae Morris
  • Aug 30, 2006
  • Not even Katrina could destroy the Mardi Gras spirit in New Orleans. Here, revelers parade last Halloween dressed as spoiled refrigerators -- a common sight when thousands of refrigerators were left by the curb after Hurricane Katrina knocked out power for weeks, causing their contents to rot.
  • Are we next?
  • Not even Katrina could destroy the Mardi Gras...
  • Photo by David Rae Morris
  • Aug 30, 2006

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