When the Walls Came Down: The Wilbert Wilson Story
When the Walls Came Down is the life story of Wilbert Wilson and his coming up on the rough streets of New Orleans. It is a coming of age story of one man's struggle to succeed against the odds. The book chronicles the trials, tribulations and triumphs of Wilson's perseverance and resilence to rebuild his city and life after Hurricane Katrina.
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