Nightline: Hurricane Katrina: State of Emergency #802531
ABC Special for Friday, Sep 09, 2005
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A broadcast of taped segments introduced by John Donvan (ABC) re: the stories of displaced New Orleans residents in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, including: Taped segments with Donvan, Robin Albers, Albers’s daughter Denise, and Ronnie Blanchard. Taped segment with Michel Martin (ABC), Steve Smith, Glen Henry, Will Reed of Technology for All, Steve Cooper of the American Red Cross, Saundra Henry, Yahoo software engineer James Jones, New Orleans resident Harold Heim, and unidentified others. Taped segment with Jake Tapper (ABC), Kenneth Norris of the Louisiana Department of Corrections, Camp Greyhound warden Burle Kane, and Camp Greyhound prisoners Elizabeth Nette and Constance Jackson.
- Martin, Michel;
- Tapper, Jake
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