Malcolm Suber

Founding member of the People's Hurricane Relief Fund

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Long-time community activist and founding member of the People's Hurricane Relief Fund

Malcolm Suber on KCRW

After Katrina, President Bush said, "We will do what it takes" to make "this great city...  rise again."  The  Army Corps of Engineers  promised to rebuild a safer New Orleans.  Today,…

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