katrina’s 2nd anniversery

August 29, 2007 at 9:55 pm Leave a comment

Today is the 2nd anniversery of Hurrican Katrina, a storm that broke the levees that devasted New Orleans. Astrodime Transit Authority sees this as a public transportation disaster. Why were so many people left in New Orleans directly after the storm?

Here’s an opinion from Facing South: Blogging for a Progressive South produced by the Institute for Southern Studies, a progressive non-profit based in Durham, North Carolina.

And here’s some videos of people displaced by Katrina produced by colorofchange.org: changing the color of democracy

http://voicesfromthegulf.com/about.html

Finally, here is a seminal music video created right after Katrina in a collaboration between the Legendary K.O. and a video editor by the name of The Black Lantern.

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