Aug 28 2007
04:27 pm

The Institute for Southern Studies' Gulf Coast Reconstruction Watch continues doing the oversight work Congress either can't or won't do in calling the Bush Administration, and America, to account for what is still (not) happening in New Orleans.

Leading up to the second anniversary of Katrina, Facing South has the following must-reads:

Blueprint for Gulf Renewal

Katrina: Our defining moment?

Washington money not getting to those in need

Ten important lessons from Katrina

bizgrrl's picture

They do such good work. I

They do such good work. I hope everyone continues to remember Katrina and the Gulf Coast. This government deserted hundreds of thousands of our people along with an entire city. This government still doesn't care about these people or this city, except to grand stand.

Everyone better get their emergency kits together. A different kind of emergency could happen in your area and there may be no one there to help.

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