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Jeff Jacoby

Katrina's colorblind relief

By Jeff Jacoby
Globe Columnist / September 14, 2005

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THE SLIMY and toxic water covering much of New Orleans does not stink nearly as much as the slimy and toxic accusation that help didn't reach the victims of Hurricane Katrina quickly enough because most of those victims were black. (Full article: 799 words)

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