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Hurricane Katrina / State of Emergency / Jakes Interview #804344

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Sep 04, 2005
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(Studio: Carol Lin) The implication that the slow federal response to Hurricane Katrina was because most of the victims are black noted. [During a live fundraising telecast Friday, rapper Kanye WEST – says “George Bush doesn’t care about black people.”] Taped interview held with minister/author Rev. T.D. Jakes† about his view on the role of race in the disaster response. [JAKES – says every American should be embarrassed & demand answers; states the issue is why it went wrong; refuses to make assumptions about the racial implication.]

Lin, Carol

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