Katrina archive: A jazzman returns to New Orleans
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Katrina archive: A jazzman returns to New Orleans

Donald Harrison has played with jazz legends like Miles Davis and Art Blakey. He fled to Baton Rouge, La., with his family after Hurricane Katrina. Harrison now tries to keep the music of his hometown alive. Video by Ben de la Cruz, (Ben de la Cruz/The Washington Post)

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