Some call it Hurricane Katrina. Some call it the Federal Flood. Others call it the day the levees broke. On August 29, 2005, the city of New Orleans was submerged. That story of hubris, incompetence, and nature's wrath is now etched into the national consciousness. But the people who lived through the flood and its aftermath have a different story to tell. A story of rumors, betrayal, and one of the most misunderstood events in American history. Hosted by Vann R. Newkirk II.
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I can remember when Katrina happened. This podcast was eye opening and brought to my attention a lot of factors that other Americans were not aware of during that time. I remember being glued to the tv screen every day before, during and after the storm hit. Because I live on the coast of Savannah Georgia and we were blessed that it didn’t come our way! I stopped watching after the police chief said that they were raping women and children which caused me to have nightmares! As a black women I w... more
What you thought you knew about Katrina, you don’t. I found this a touching, sad, and intriguing look at the entire event. My friend stopped listening at Ch3, he said he had heard the story already, he had heard it over and over his entire life. But I, continued listening. What I want to say to Leanne, and all who ensured Katrina, who’s life, dreams, and spirit changed, I’m sorry this happened to you. ❤️
One of the very first and by far the very best Podcasts I’ve had the pleasure of listening to.I’ve listened to this countless times.Outstanding
This podcast is more of a movie for your ears. The sound effects and music added is next level. The storytellers are top-notch, and the stories are riveting. I always recommend this podcast to friends and colleagues. I’m going back through the podcast for the second time in two years, and it’s just as good as the first time!
When Hurricane Katrina hit I was freshly 21 and living in New England. I had heard things and rumblings about what was going on in New Orleans but as a 21 year old only focused on myself and my own problems in NE, the impact of Katrina felt millions of miles away. In recent years I’ve become very interested in educating myself not only on American history but also on the systemic racism this country was founded on. I found this podcast after watching a doc on the aftermath of the levees breaking... more
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Floodlines launched 4 years ago and published 15 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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