[Sfbay-print-editorial] hurriane coverage
kamalachowski at yahoo.com
Mon Sep 12 09:18:31 PDT 2005
it all sounds good, let's move forward on everything.
I like the idea of drawing some parallels with the
tsunami, also the katrina coverage sounds like it's
coming along well but I really want some kind of
timeline coverage too.
Let's coalate at the meeting tomorrow for sure.
--- Hunter Jackson <hunter.jackson at gmail.com> wrote:
> Both sound good to me--I really like the account
> from New Orleans Ali sent
> out. Would it be possible to draw some parallels
> between the relief
> responses in NO and South/Southeast Asia? Could be
> interesting and make the
> tsunami part more time relevant (even if the
> parallels are just how fucked
> up they both were/are and trying to understand why).
> On 9/7/05, Sakura Saunders <ssrecords at gmail.com>
> > yeah, this looks great! I am totally down for a
> katrina center spread.
> > Christian can also bottomline another story about
> the disaster, he has been
> > running the New Orleans site while all of the
> locals are getting their
> > barrings.
> > There are also three low power radio stations that
> are going up in the
> > refugee (or displaced residents, if you prefer)
> areas. One is being
> > organized by Houston IMC and Prometheus Radio
> Project. Another story idea if
> > people are interested...
> > Also, how do you guys feel about a review of the
> Tsunami relief efforts in
> > Thailand, Indonesia, and Sri Lanka? I know of a
> woman who is in Sri Lanka
> > right now shotting a film documentary on the
> abuses. She has already done a
> > radio program on the subject that I am sure I can
> pull a lot of info from.
> > Also, my friend (who is originally from the Bay
> Area) started a tsunami
> > relief NGO in Thailand. He has all sorts of
> stories about how int'l NGOs
> > with no knowledge of the local communities that
> they are "aiding" are really
> > fucking shit up. He told me all sorts of stories
> about how and what type of
> > corruption it is breeding. Perhaps either he or I
> coud do a story?
> > -sakura
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