Today is the two-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. It's hard to believe. I remember sitting, totally riveted, in front of my telelvision that morning, watching live footage of the Super Dome getting torn to pieces with thousands of people inside of it. I think I was, like, 45 minutes late to work that day because I couldn't stop watching. For days afterward, I was glued to my TV, watching footage and commentary, and of course, raging inside at the incompetence and pathetic values of our federal government.
Voices from the Gulf is a collection of videos by people struggling to rebuild their lives in New Orleans. Take a look.