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Sittin on Saint Andrew Street is a sampling of New Orleans Gumbo. It is an account of true life struggles of families and individuals who are trying to find their place in society. These very same families and individuals are indeed searching for a better quality of life. The entire setting is based on events pre and post Hurricane Katrina, August 29, 2005. Between the pages of this book, there is something everyone can relate to. Such things as that family member no wants to talk about or the daily struggle of living from pay check to pay check. The individual stories are not reflected of everyone on Saint Andrew Street. The book will surely take you on a journey and challenge your very own principals and standards. The book also brings out the many efforts by the small business owners to bring forth change in this urban community. Sure, the Saint Andrew Street community has its problems like any other community in any part of the world. But what makes this community unique is that it has not forgotten the basics. This community remembers to treat people the way you would want to be treated. This community has not lost its sense of pride, self-worth and value.

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