Descendants Of The Enslaved Sheltered From Hurricane Ida In A Historic Plantation’s Big House

Sep 5, 2021

Interview on National Public Radio. Joy Banner, founder of the CTTT Local Group in Louisiana’s Creole Cultural Corridor, along with her sister Jo and their parents, Harriet and William, sought shelter from Hurricane Ida inside the Big House on Whitney Plantation; a house their enslaved ancestors helped build. A powerful story!

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