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THE NATION; Katrina Blew Away These Schools' Racial Barriers; Both Catholic, one was all black and the other nearly all white. Now the children are under one roof, and don't mind at all.
Los Angeles Times - Los Angeles, Calif.
Subjects: Elementary schools; Displaced persons; Religious schools; Race relations
Author: Mehren, Elizabeth
Date: Dec 14, 2005
Start Page: A.17
Section: Main News; Part A; National Desk
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MAP: Pascagoula; CREDIT: Los Angeles Times; DAMAGE: Sister Bernadette McNamara, principal of St. Peter, looks over the post-storm rubble at the campus.; DIVERSITY: A teacher at Resurrection takes roll before class. Many students from the nearby St. Peter the Apostle transferred to Resurrection after the hurricane damaged their school.; NEW FRIENDS: Wil Brown, left, and Glendon Smith joke around at Resurrection, a nearly all- white Catholic school.; PHOTOGRAPHER: Photographs by Rogelio Solis Associated Press; A2Opening Their Classrooms Teacher Sarah Miller directs Aundrea Williams at Resurrection Catholic school in Pascagoula, Miss. The facility ended a century of racial separation when it took in students from a nearby parochial school demolished by Hurricane Katrina. A17; PHOTOGRAPHER: Rogelio Solis Associated Press

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