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  • Family displaced by Hurricane Matthew struggles to find affordable housing

    Video: Minnie White, her daughter Marisia White, 22, and son Willee White, 31, share a room at the EconoLodge in Battleboro, N.C. The family was displaced from their Princeville home following Hurricane Matthew in October, 2016. They have lived there for three months while they search for another home they can afford.

Video: Minnie White, her daughter Marisia White, 22, and son Willee White, 31, share a room at the EconoLodge in Battleboro, N.C. The family was displaced from their Princeville home following Hurricane Matthew in October, 2016. They have lived there for three months while they search for another home they can afford. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com
Video: Minnie White, her daughter Marisia White, 22, and son Willee White, 31, share a room at the EconoLodge in Battleboro, N.C. The family was displaced from their Princeville home following Hurricane Matthew in October, 2016. They have lived there for three months while they search for another home they can afford. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com

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