Uncertainty In New Orleans After Two Disasters

Photo Credit: Flickr photographer Editor B / Bart Everson

This really says it all about the problems of blighted property and absentee landlords in our neighborhood”. ~Editor B / Bart Everson

We eat, live and we breath this. You know, that’s how we grew up, doing this…

We hope and we pray for the best.

But that’s why I have said this the thing that scares me the most is what’s going to happen if which I think our seafood may be impacted for years to come.

And what’s going to happen then?…I don’t think everybody wants to keep working for oil cleanup. You know, that’s not no future.” ~Marty Nunez, shrimp buyer

BP isn’t off the hook for unleashing their volcano of oil in the Gulf of Mexico, especially since the mainstream media has seen fit to acknowledge the post Hurricane Katrina Gulf Coast once again for the 5th anniversary of that government made disaster. PBS took a look at the psychological toll of the dual tragedy in the Gulf. Surely there will be ramifications untold for years to come for those impacted by both disasters.

Check out some of our past coverage on these ans some of the other tragedies in the Gulf.

Learning About “Green” From Mos Def In New Orleans
KATRINA VICTIMS COULD SUE OVER GLOBAL WARMING
Dear BP, You Got Oil On My Khakis- That Is All, Love, Obama
CHINESE DRYWALL IS MAKING HOMES TOXIC IN NEW ORLEANS
BP Oil Spill: Let’s Call It What It Is
VIDEO: How BP’s $20 Billion Will Be Distributed

READ: New Orleans Community Rises and Shines by Lisa P Jackson, head of the EPA and NOLA native

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