New Orleans, Louisiana.USA.August 1, 2006..Mexican workers wait, on a center city street, for people to drive by and hire them for the day. These workers have been gutting homes and businesses, repairing roofs and cleaning up the city after hurricane Katrina struck nearly a year ago. The levees broke leaving 80% of the city flooded. This labor is important for rebuilding the city but most of the workers are under paid and work long hours.

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Hurricane Katrina One Year On
New Orleans, Louisiana.USA.August 1, 2006..Mexican workers wait, on a center city street, for people to drive by and hire them for the day. These workers have been gutting homes and businesses, repairing roofs and cleaning up the city after hurricane Katrina struck nearly a year ago. The levees broke leaving 80% of the city flooded. This labor is important for rebuilding the city but most of the workers are under paid and work long hours.

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Photographer: ARCHIVE ANTHONY SUAU
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Date 14 Sep 2006
Location: New Orleans Louisiana USA
Credit: Anthony Suau
Copyright: Anthony Suau 2006
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