Still recovering from Hurricane Katrina: Residents say Brad Pitt’s non-profit Make It Right failed them
After Hurricane Katrina, Brad Pitt started Make It Right, a non-profit organization which built homes in the Lower 9th Ward. In 2011, Kamaria Allen bought one of those homes but moved out less than a year later citing problems including mold and structural issues.
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