Ten Years On: Katrina, Militarisation & Climate Change

By Nick Buxton and Ben Hayes, www.opendemocracy.net -

By Nick Buxton and Ben Hayes in Open Democracy - But the structural inequality and institutional racism that underpinned the Bush administration’s response is still there, a fact that President [...]

Newsletter – Black August, End Neo-Slavery, Resist

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese for Popular Resistance - Black August is coming to an end as we commemorate the ten year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. As many head back to school, a full [...]

Gulf South Rising Remembers Katrina, Builds Campaign

By Staff, www.PopularResistance.org -

By Staff for Popular Resistance - Gulf South Rising (GSR) is a coordinated regional movement created to highlight the impact of the global climate crisis on the Gulf South region (Texas, [...]

Hurricane Katrina: If Black Lives Matter, So Must Climate Justice

By Elizabeth C. Yeampierre, www.theguardian.com -

By Elizabeth C. Yeampierre in The Guardian - Those of us from low-income communities of color are on the frontlines of the climate crisis. US cities and towns that are predominantly made up of [...]

What Climate Justice Means To Me

By Ruth Breech, www.ran.org -

By Ruth Breech in Rainforest Action Network - With the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina around the corner — August 29th — I’ve been thinking about justice. What do environmental justice, [...]

New Orleans: Recovery Or Removal?

By The Laura Flanders Show, www.grittv.org -

By The Laura Flanders Show - Ten years after Hurricane Katrina, a new documentary from The Laura Flanders Show and teleSUR English explores the race, class and gender outlines of the [...]