Friday, August 17, 2007

Katrina Revisited

Tonight on Bill Moyers Journal:
Mike Tidwell and Melissa Harris-Lacewell on Katrina's Aftermath
August 17, 2007

As the second anniversary of Hurricane Katrina approaches, Bill Moyers gets two views on what the disaster and its aftermath says about American culture and values with Princeton's Melissa Harris-Lacewell and author and environmental activist Mike Tidwell.

"What are we going to do in terms of who we are for making resiliency in the face of disaster possible? Because the human experience is going to be that we're going to face a variety of negative, disastrous experiences." -- Melissa Harris-Lacewell

Most PBS stations air the show at 9:00PM Friday (Eastern Time), so it's probably too late if you're reading this from some other city. However, in New Orleans, WYES airs the show at 1 in the morning, then again at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon.

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