Five days before her death in 2009, Antoinette K-Doe paraded as Queen of the Camel Toe Lady Steppers, an all-female marching group. Danced articulations of race, class, and locality, performed by old and new New Orleanians, reveal why negotiations of the city's “local” culture are central to concerns of resource inequity before and after Hurricane Katrina.

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