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Youth voices from Hurricane Florence– Part 2

NC Health News journalists worked with high school students to help them express how they and their families made it through 2018's Hurricane Florence.

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Youth voices from Hurricane Florence

NC Health News worked with high school students to help them write essays on how they and their families made it through Hurricane Florence.
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