Spike Lee continues his brilliant look at the effects of Hurricane Katrina on the city of New Orleans.
From WashPo: Lee returns to Louisiana and Mississippi with the same inquisitive anger that so eloquently became "When the Levees Broke: A Requiem in Four Acts," his award-winning 2006 documentary about the immediate aftermath of Katrina in and around New Orleans. This sequel is four hours long, split between Monday and Tuesday nights on HBO.
He also touches on the BP oil spill and follows up with families from the previous documentary. Let's support Black artists and give it a view, Monday and Tuesday night at 9e/8c. Who saw "When The Levees Broke" and what did you think?