Table of Contents

Index:

  1. SOME HISTORY OF RACISM AND RESISTANCE IN NEW ORLEANS BEFORE KATRINA

  2. "THEY LEFT US HERE TO DIE"

  3. SOME EXAMPLES OF GRASSROOTS RACIAL JUSTICE ORGANIZING IN NEW ORLEANS AFTER KATRINA

  4. ANTI-RACIST SOLIDARITY: SOME PERSPECTIVES AND TOOLS

  5. SOME RESOURCES AND LINKS

ALTERNATIVE WAYS TO BROWSE THE READER:

  1. Alphabetical Listing of Some Grassroots Racial Justice Organizations in New Orleans Since Katrina
  2. Chronological Listing of All Articles
  3. Alphabetical Listing of Authors

Some 'Two Years After Katrina' Reports and Analyses. August, 2007

Asian American Justice Center, HURRICANE KATRINA: MODELS RESPONSE IN ASIAN AMERICAN COMMUNITIES. Summer, 2007.
(Email: Lcampbell [at] advancingequality [dot] org)

Color Lines, SECOND COMMEMORATION ISSUE includes Chaiti Sen, ‘Colorlines Gulf Coast Discussion Guide,’ and Robin Templeton, ‘Locked up in New Orleans.’ (reprinted from The Nation Magazine, Sept. 2007).
(http://www.colorlines.com/printerfriendly.php?ID=240)

Common Ground Health Clinic, RESOURCE GUIDE. (www.cghc.org)

Democracy Now: Special interviews with New Orleans grassroots organizers: August 30, 31 & Sept. 4 www.democracynow.org
(also available on transcript, video and DVD)

Gulf Coast Reconstruction Watch, BLUEPRINT FOR GULF RENEWAL: THE KATRINA CRISIS AND A COMMUNITY AGENDA FOR ACTION. August, September, 2007. A Project of the Institute for Southern Studies/Southern Exposure. (www.southernstudies.org/gulfblueprint.pdf.)

Heads Up Collective, NOLA 2 YEARS DOWN. (Many resources and articles) (http://hupcollective.livejournal.com/17727.html)

Neighborhood Partnership Network, SECOND ANNIVERSARY OF KATRINA: COMMEMORATIVE EVENTS. August 27, 2007.
(email info [at] npnola [dot] com)

People’s Hurrican Relief Fund, PRELIMINARY REPORT FROM INTERNATIONAL TRIBUNAL: ‘INTERNATIONAL TRIBUNAL ISSUES PRELIMINARY FINDINGS: BUSH, BLANCO, NAGIN COMMITTED CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY. Sept. 10, 2007. (http://www.peopleshurricane.org)
(Also see www.internationaltribunal.org)

People’s Hurricane Relief Fund, INTERVIEW BY DAVEY D, ‘BREAKDOWN FM: FIGHTING FOR THE SOUL OF THE CITY: MEET NEW ORLEANS RAPPER SESS 4-5.’ (http://www.peopleshurricane.org)

Policy Link, HOPE NEEDS HELP: STORIES OF NEW ORLEANS RESIDENTS REBUILDING THEIR CITY. CALL FOR FEDERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT. August, 2007.
(http://www.policylink.org/HopeNeedsHelp/HopeNeedsHelp.pdf.)


Policy Link, BRINGING LOUISIANA RENTERS HOME: AN EVALUATION OF THE 2006-2007 GULF OPPORTUNITY ZONE RENTAL HOUSING RESTORATION PROGRAM. June, 2007.
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