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Thoughts on Katrina

NBN is quiet today.  Seeing a palette of Gatorade loaded onto a helicopter flying to the Astrodome, we realized that our normal attitude of snarking at corporate America’s attempt to make food cheaper and profits better doesn’t inspire us today.

In other words, while we realize that battle for sustainability isn’t separate from creating a more just America, we’re struggling with creating a more powerful link between the two.

Make a donation online. If you don’t know how to make a donation online, you must be blind.  If you’re blind you can’t be reading this so I won’t bother telling you how.  More seriously, I love the group Habitat for Humanity.  You can reach them online at

http://www.habitat.org

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