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 The Michael Slate Show 
 Katrina Anniversary Special: Levees, Lies & Lives - Voices & Stories of the Black People of New Orleans During the Worst Hurricane in the History of the US
 Weekly Program
 Survivors of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans 2005
 Michael Slate  
 For non-profit use only.
 No Advisories - program content screened and verified.
Hurricane Katrina and all that happened to the mainly Black people of New Orleans during and ever since that storm hit the city, was a defining moment for the US. Close to 100,000 people were left to try to survive in New Orleans. Thousands died. Those who survived the storm itself faced no clean water, no food, people stranded on rooftops or locked in prisons. Following the hurricane, Michael Slate traveled to New Orleans to bring back these voices and stories.
Michael Slate - Host and Producer
Henry Carson - Assistant Producer
Jeff Pryor - Production Assistant
Teddy Robinson - Engineer
Broadcast ready with a music break embedded at 30:46. Can accommodate local id if needed. If you use the show, or simply check it out, write to us at, with your comments, criticisms, ideas, suggestions etc.

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