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Subscribers: 1046
Reviews: 4
Episodes: 15

Chris Ryan
 Feb 12, 2023
absolutely excellent but uncomfortable to learn how how I just accepted the racist narrative at the time. love you black people... sorry you gotta deal with this monstrous behavior.

 Feb 22, 2022

 Feb 18, 2021
Captivating listening

Darnarius McQ
 Jul 31, 2020
Must listen. This podcast is a thorough examination of what happened to the people of New Orleans during and after Hurricane Katrina. Vann tackles the subject from multiple angles by speaking to residents, experts and public officials.


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.

Episode Date
Holy Week — Part 1: Rupture
Mar 22, 2023
Introducing Holy Week
Feb 28, 2023
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Dec 16, 2021
Presenting: The Review, a new podcast from The Atlantic
Oct 29, 2021
Introducing: How to Build a Happy Life
Oct 26, 2021
Introducing: The Experiment
Feb 11, 2021
The Wake
Mar 12, 2020
Mar 12, 2020
Mar 12, 2020
Mar 12, 2020
The Bridge
Mar 12, 2020
Through the Looking Glass
Mar 12, 2020
Come Sunday
Mar 12, 2020
Mar 12, 2020
Mar 03, 2020