More than 2 years since Katrina; A.D – After the Deluge
September 23, 2007, 8:21 pm
Filed under: katrina, New Orleans, news, politics

PHOTOS: New Orleans, 2 years after Katrina (CNN)

A. D. – New Orleans After the Deluge (Smith Magazine)

A true story told in 12 parts about six people who escape and survive Hurricane Katrina

Locked up in New Orleans (The Nation)

Still singing those post-Katrina blues (Washington Post)

The reckless abandonment of New Orleans (Washington Post)

The Water and the Road: Katrina, Poverty and the American Dream (Counterpunch)

Mississippi governor’s friends and family benefiting from Katrina recovery (Bloomberg)

Katrina aid going to luxury condo builders inland (Houston Chronicle)

Crumbling water systems threaten New Orleans (Houston Chronicle)

On the second anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, we take a look back the Danziger Bridge killings. Seven police officers been indicted for opening fire on two African American families on the Danziger Bridge days after the storm, killing two people and wounding four others. At the time, the official story was that they gunned down snipers. Now the question is why they shot at two families fleeing the flood.” (Democracy Now!)

Want to know where the hurricane relief money went? (Institute for Southern Studies via Mother Jones)

Stop blaming the victims!


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