Creative Emissions: Left out to dry – a look at how Good Samaritan’s make the difference

By Bryan West

Did you know there is still cleanup and re-construction work in New Orleans?

In 2005 Hurricane Katrina struck the city with fury; the chaos humbled a nation and highlighted the corruption of state and federal government. Poor, primarily black, communities were left to die. The media’s investigation of how the disaster was handled (before and after the hurricane) made it very clear that racism and classism were very much alive in America. Continue reading

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