It's not that you can't find it (food and supplies), but it's more of a treasure hunt then it used to be.

To them it wasn't a race issue, but their poverty that got them. It wasn't the hurricane that wiped out New Orleans, but the flooding caused when the levy broke, and the poor were in the bottom of the bowl.

The population of Baton Rouge has doubled.

We had a chance to visit the largest shelter in New Orleans, ... but were told, 'We love what you're trying to do but I'd recommend that you not come in.' We decided it would be too dangerous.