1. January 2011 -- Louisiana residents involved in the seafood industry give their views on their futures following the Deepwater Horizon blowout and oil spill.

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  2. Attorney Kenneth Feinberg has been tasked with a daunting job that nobody would envy. President Obama appointed the high-profile lawyer to oversee payments from the $20 billion fund BP set aside to compensate blowout victims. Now it's Feinberg's job to reimburse the hundreds of thousands of Gulf Coast residents who've been hurt by the worst oil disaster in the nation's history. Day after day, Feinberg takes the podium before victims who are coping with woes from the blowout while trying to muddle through BP's complex payment options. Produced by: Colleen Harrington

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  4. Boothville-Venice Elementary School, located in Venice, Louisiana, has used several recent disasters to teach students how to deal with stressful situations that are affecting their lives. For more information go to journalismwithoutwalls.com

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  5. Controversial chemical dispersants were used to break up oil in the Gulf of Mexico to try and preserve wetlands and coastlines. For more information about Venice, Louisiana and the BP oil spill, go to journalismwithoutwalls.com

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Journalism Without Walls: Gulf 2011

Videos from the Journalism Without Walls team reporting from Venice, La. on the aftermath of the BP Oil spill.

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