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CKUT Radio
Jordan Flaherty
 Kasim Tirmizey  Contact Contributor
Sept. 6, 2005, 6:07 p.m.
Community News Collective, CKUT Radio.
hurricane katrina: notes from inside and community organizing

Listen to an interview with Jordan Flaherty, a union organizer and an editor of Left Turn Magazine. Jordan Flaherty was in New Orleans when Hurricane Katrina visited the city. Jordan Flaherty talks about his personal experience in the aftermath of the storm, the aid relief response, the community spirit of the people of New Orleans, and the importance of Grassroots community based organizing in the reconstruction of New Orleans.

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Show your solidarity by supporting community and grassroots organizations in the aid relief and redevelopment of New Orleans, learn more at:

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