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Hurricane Katrina

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Hurricane Ike

Ike Swamps Native Communities in Louisiana Bayous

Reznet News, News Report, Sep 15, 2008

Native Americans of the Louisiana delta have once again suffered displacement, death and destruction when Hurricane Ike pummeled the region.

After Gustav/Katrina -- New Orleans Pain Index

San Francisco Bay View , Index List, Bill Quigley , Sep 09, 2008

1 - Rank of New Orleans among U.S. cities in percentage of housing vacant or ruined. 1 - Rank of New Orleans among U.S. cities in murders per capita for 2006 and 2007.

'Aftermath' Barbershop Plans to be a Cut Above

New America Media, News Feature, Khalil Abdullah, Sep 05, 2008

Brandon Mitchell is a single father and a small business owner that takes extra time to help out at his kids' school. Mitchell became a professional barber in New Orleans in 1996.

Poverty Still Missing from Vocabulary on Katrina Third Anniversary

New America Media, Commentary, Earl Ofari Hutchinson, Aug 22, 2008

The presidential candidates have been virtually mute on the campaign trail about the real story and tragedy of Katrina: the naked face of poverty Katrina exposed to the world three years ago.

FEMA Squandered $85 mil in Post-storm Supplies

Final Call, News Report, Jesse Muhammad, Jun 26, 2008

According to an investigation led by CNN, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) gave away approximately $85 million in household goods intended for Hurricane Katrina victims.

FEMA Trailer Residents Unite as Housing Crisis Looms

San Francisco Bay View, News Report, Staff, Jun 01, 2008

With FEMA reporting that over 100,000 people still live in FEMA trailers across the Gulf Coast, it is even more worrisome that 55 percent have no family they could turn to for help and they expected to be homeless.

Should We Invade Burma?

New America Media, Blog, Andrew Lam, May 12, 2008


Jesse Jackson

Jesse Jackson Fetes Ethnic Media for Rebuilding NOLA

New America Media, News Report, Anthony D. Advincula, May 02, 2008

On April 24, at a NAM-sponsored conference at Xavier University, civic leader Jesse Jackson urged the ethnic media to reclaim the economic vitality of New Orleans through reportage that crosses the racial divide.

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Katrina, Rita and the Houma Tribe: A Nation Recovers

Reznet, News Feature + AudioVideo, Victor Merina, Multimedia by Steven A. Chin, Apr 20, 2008

Members of the largest Indian nation in Louisiana, the Houma, are rebuilding after hurricanes Katrina and Rita ravaged their homes. Many residents are elders and disabled, without much education or English language skills.

Half of New Orleans' Poor Permanently Displaced: Failure or Success?

NNPA from the Louisiana Weekly, News Report, Bill Quigley, Mar 23, 2008

United Nations officials recently called for an immediate halt to the demolitions of public housing in New Orleans, saying demolition is a violation of human rights and will force predominately Black residents into homelessness.

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