Keep Loving, Keep Fighting

“I wanted to go home and it was only just beginning to occur to me that what I missed would probably never exist in the same way.”  “Keep loving, keep fighting” by, appropriately, Hope, tells the story of a group of neighbors in the Marigny and their Katrina experience:  eating rationed FEMA food, repairing bicycles to avoid feeling purposeless in a post-apocalyptic setting, fending off feral dogs. My favorite part is the photography, which definitely makes this zine, for instance the photo of a young woman knee-deep in water, splashing and laughing.

-Lizzie Lanyard

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