Anarchist organizer scott crow — one of the founders of New Orleans’ Common Ground Collective — tells a remarkable and very personal tale of post-Katrina desperation, racism, and white vigilante violence. Adapted for The Rag Blog from a draft of his upcoming book, it is the story of his experience in the primarily black working class Algiers neighborhood in a stricken and lawless New Orleans, where white supporters join with members of the community in standing up to armed white militias who are driving around in pick up trucks terrorizing the residents.

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