Published on 8th November 2017 by

The US’ hurricane season was one of the most active in history, destroying lives and leaving victims homeless.

In August 2017, one trillion gallons of water fell on the Houston area over a four-day period – by far the most rainfall in US history.

More than 70 people died, and thousands of people lost their homes.

Hurricane Harvey hit everyone in the area. But now that the water has receded, will there be an equal recovery?

A month after Harvey hit – after the media moved on to new stories – Fault Lines travelled to Houston, Texas – which is one of the most diverse but segregated cities in the US – to see if the storm will deepen the city’s social and economic divide.

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