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One of this country's most dangerous natural disasters was the site of Tupelo Mississippi in 1936 after a horrific tornado touched down and dragged away the majority of the city and left nothing but heartache in its wake. The story is not just about the destruction but of the city and victims themselves - those counted and those left uncounted. The poor African-Americans who most likely accounted for at least half of the deaths and injurys were left to fend for themselves. Two families, connected by a violent secret, two babies blown out of arms and out into the storm and the many lives that were touched that day. The tornado did not choose its victims based on the color of skin, how wealthy or how old but instead became the great equalizer in destruction and loss of life. In suffering and loss we are not really different at all. Keep the Kleenex handy and scan the skies with this one.
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