August 28, 2008 -
By: Jeffrey Buchanan Guest Contributor The federal government and national organizations have failed to meet the needs of the Gulf Coast 3 years after Katrina hit. How are local communities coming together to build a new vision for resident-led recovery?
August 25, 2008 -
Three years after Hurricane Katrina, the world's media has lost sight of the ongoing problems in New Orleans, reports the UK's Independent, underscoring that "one of the world's most cataclysmic natural disasters, one made worse by official incompetence and corruption,
August 8, 2008 -
Facing South's bi-weekly listing features new books about the U.S. South and books written by Southern writers. Covering for the Bosses: Labor and the Southern Press by Joseph B. Atkins, 280 pages, University Press of Mississippi (July 2008)
May 5, 2008 -
It has been six days since Facing South and the Institute for Southern Studies published our first investigation into the mysterious "Lamont Williams" robo-calls (listen to the audio file here) that blanketed North Carolina on
April 24, 2008 -
Remember Pastor John Hagee of Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, the televangelist who told a radio show that Hurricane Katrina was God's judgment against New Orleans for a gay pride parade? Well, he's back at it.
April 18, 2008 -
We recently brought you the story of Bob Dumas, a controversial disc jockey with Clear Channel's G-105 radio station in Raleigh, N.C.
March 26, 2008 -
Yesterday New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin lashed out at the Times-Picayune newspaper for reporting on a deal landed by his family's company to install countertops for a Central City Home Depot at the