Thursday, August 23, 2007

Your Call 082307 The Second Anniversary of Katrina

Two years after the levees broke, what kind of a city has New Orleans become? On the next Your Call we mark the anniversary of the engineering failure by speaking with people in Louisiana, Mississippi and the Bay Area. FEMA says 43,000 families are still displaced, between 25 and 30,000 of them in trailers. President Bush¹s promise that New Orleans would rise again long ago rang hollow. But what is being done? Who has been able to go home? And what can we do 2,300 miles away to bring people and justice back to the big easy? It¹s Your Call with Rose Aguilar and you.

Click to listen: The Second Anniversary of Katrina