A devil strikes the nation’s first town founded by African Americans again.

Hurricanes and food waters threaten the very survival of Princeville, North Carolina again. In 1999, a 100-year flood demolished the town, ruining more than half of all the homes there. It recovered. In 2016, the town’s 2,200 residents saw their homesteads beaten down again by flood and winds. Full recovery was still underway as the September 10th new hurricane threat picks up steam. At the time of this writing, it is too early to tell how they will come out. We will see. View video.

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