Native American Communities Among Hardest Hit By Hurricane Ida
Some of the places hit hard by Hurricane Ida were Native American communities in Louisiana.
Here & Now‘s Scott Tong spoke with Monique Verdin, a citizen of the Houma Nation, about the storm’s impact when it blew through the state.
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