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September 03, 2005

PEACE. I DON'T KNOW WHAT TO SAY ABOUT HURRICANE , EXCEPT THAT AN ACT OF NATURE - OFTEN LABELED AN ACT OF GOD - IS AN AWESOME AND OFTEN OMNIPOTENT FORCE. MY HEART GOES OUT TO EVERYONE WHO IS SUFFERING, AND WHO IS NOW HOMELESS; AND TO THOSE WHO'VE LOST LOVED ONES. HOWEVER, WE LIVE IN SUCH A FOUL ENVIRONMENT THAT THE MEDIA AND THE GOVERNMENT ARE JOINED AS ONE TO USE EVEN THIS - AN ACT OF NATURE - TO SPIN THEIR SICK AND TWISTED AGENDAS.

I'M LISTENING TO "SOWETO" BY HIEROGLYPHICS FEATURING GOAPELE RIGHT NOW... A SONG ABOUT HOW THERE ARE GHETTOS EVERYWHERE WORLDWIDE. WHEN WE SEE PHOTOS OF THE HURRICANE VICTIMS, WE'RE LOOKING AT MIRROR IMAGES OF PEOPLE IN HAITI, THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, CUBA, INDONESIA, INDIA, SOWETO, AND SO MANY OTHER NATIONS THAT HAVE BEEN IMPOVERISHED AT THE HANDS OF THE UNITED STATES AND ARE THEREFORE LABELED "THIRD WORLD COUNTRIES". WHITE HOUSE, IF YOU'RE READING, THE "THIRD WORLD" IS IN YOUR WILDERNESS NOW, RIGHT WHERE NEW ORLEANS USED TO BE...AND THE WORLD IS CLOCKING YOU RIGHT NOW, WAITING TO SEE WHAT THE FUCK YOU'RE GOING TO DO ABOUT IT.
BELOW PLEASE FIND INFO ON THE HIP HOP NATION'S EFFORTS TOWARD HELPING VICTIMS OF THIS NATURAL DISASTER...

I'm publishing a note from the best PR agency in the world, The DuVernay Agency. They've put together something called LifeList to help aid the hurricane victims. Thank God they have 'cause I'm so busy setting up marketing for this record label, and just trying to survive my own day to day struggle and making sure Miranda Jane has food in her own belly. It's like that...

PEACE

MIRA LA SIRENA

Dear Friend,

The team here at DVA has put together a new resource for Hurricane Katrina victims that you should know about. It is called LIFE LIST, and more info can be found at
www.lifelist.us.

We know that many are desperate to communicate with loved ones, and that access to phone service is limited. Several mobile companies are offering free service areas, and many shelters and churches are providing limited phone time. However, neither of these scenarios provide people with the time and access needed to reach out for help in any detail.

So yesterday we devised a plan, and went into action. LIFE LIST was born, and it has quickly and quietly caught on.

With one toll-free call to LIFE LIST, Katrina victims can alert loved ones to their location, update them on their well-being and begin to make initial contact for additional assistance. Those in need simply leave a 1-minute toll-free voicemail at 1-877-LIFE-LIST - from answering online posts about housing to letting a friend know that they are alive.

LIFE LIST volunteers - regular people from all walks of life - then personally deliver that message on their own phone on behalf of those who cannot do so for themselves.

It's as easy as that... 1-877-LIFE-LIST.
www.lifelist.us

The DuVernay Agency
www.dvapr.com

Also here's a list of important websites re: New Orleans and Hurrican Katrina...from
journalist Peter Schoates...

"The best New Orleans news links continue to be: the
WWL-TV blog, Fox, the Times-Picayune blog, WDSU, WDSU video, WWL-TV's online video broadcasts, Steve Perry's straight-talking Blotter posts (read "Key questions for the days ahead"), the Interdictor group blog (and the Interdictor message board), this detailed satellite photo allowing you to zoom in on different areas, and Josh Britton's blog. See yesterday and Tuesday for more. Also see this complete list of charities from Instapundit, and FEMA's list of suggested charities. Today is Blog for Relief Day, and here's a roundup of blogging on New Orleans. Also, here's an evacuation route."

And good shit from the boss' files,
from Michael Moore.

Adding on, a message from the one & only DJ JELLY

Juvenile Devastated By Hurricane Katrina; Loses HomeThursday
September 1, 2005
By: Allen Starbury
New Orleans and Mississippi both were struck hard by
Katrina over the past few days. And not only have many of the states' residents been left homeless, but so has New Orleans rapper Juvenile.The rapper was evacuated from his home on Tuesday morning (August 30), only to hear that his home is completely gone. Although, he is coping with the loss of the place he calls home, he is grateful that hisfamily was able to make it out before he would have to grieve over a greater loss than just a personal possession."I am obviously devastated by my personal loss, butthank God that I was able to get my family out tosafety while many families were not so fortunate,"Juvenile said via a statement. "I have lost somefriends and to their families I send my deepest condolences."

The rapper says that many of his music industry familyis supporting him, but asks the masses to pray for therest of the people of his city."Our city of New Orleans and several other surroundingcities are experiencing total devastation," says Juve."People have lost their homes, loved ones and all oftheir belongings; many of our folks in New Orleansdon't have much to begin with and have now lost everything. Thousands of people have nobody to reachout to for support. Please keep our city, its people and our families in your prayers and please donate to the Red Cross." According to the Red Cross they are not ready to accept donated items or volunteers, but do need monetary donations by calling 1-800-HELPNOW or online donations at
www.redcross.org.

Additional charities accepting monetary donations include the Catholic Charities at 800-919-9338 orwww.catholiccharitiesusa.org or Mercy Corps at 888-256-1900 and
www.mercycorps.org. People in need of crisis services can call Senator Mary Landrieu's Baton Rouge office at 225-389-0395 or if you are looking for a lost one, the Crisis Hotline is 866-615-8700 and is open 24 hours and has crisiscounselors on hand." The people that have been evacuated have nothing with them. No clothes, shoes, toothbrushes -- nothing. Please be prepared to donate whatever you can," adds Juve.

DJ Jelly
therealdjjelly@yahoo.com (for Business and/or Personal matters)
jellysjoints@yahoo.com (for MP3s ONLY)
Stephanie Jackson
DJ Jelly's Assistant
suthern_virgo@yahoo.com

Adding on, a message from Paul Wall & BBK gleaned from
www.hiphophavoc.com...

"Hello, As all of you know hurricane Katrina ravaged and destroyed the great city of New Orleans. Paul Wall and I discussed what exactly could we as a community do. Well we thought we would reach out to you our friends inthe industry. What we are trying to do is get any extra clothing, can goods, diapers, water anything you can spare and we will take it to the Astrodome and have a big drop off from the music industry. Below is the address where you can send anything to help with the cause. Than you for your time and thank you in advance.

BBK and Paul Wall
12436 FM
1960 W. Pmb 113
Houston, tx 77065

Thanks everyone!
BBK"

Peace to AllHipHop.com for this news...I hate Kanye for frontin' like he never heard of the Lo Lifes, but I love him for this shit. GET MILITANT KANYE...U not that late for registration 2 Holla Black...

"Kanye West Rips President Bush On Live Television

By Nolan Strong

Date: 9/3/2005 9:30 am

Kanye West criticized United States President George W. Bush and the government’s reaction to Hurricane Katrina last night during “A Concert for Hurricane Relief” a live benefit concert that aired on NBC.

West had sharp words for President Bush and the government’s reaction to the disaster wrought in four states by Hurricane Katrina during the one-hour live special.

The show was aired live on NBC, MSNBC, CNBC and Pax and featured performances from
Harry Connick Jr., Wynton Marsalis, Faith Hill, Aaron Neville and others.
West, who didn’t perform, was on the stage with comedian Mike Myers reading a script from the teleprompter when he deviated from the pre-written script.

“I hate the way they portray us in the media,” West said echoing comments that big media outlets are biased in how they present images of the hurricane victims.
“You see a black family, it says, ‘They're looting.’ You see a white family, it says, ‘They're looking for food.’

“It's been five days [waiting for federal help] because most of the people are black,” West said. “And even for me to complain about it, I would be a hypocrite because I've tried to turn away from the TV because it's too hard to watch.

“I've even been shopping before even giving a donation, so now I'm calling my business manager right now to see what is the biggest amount I can give…the way America is set up to help the poor, the black people, the less well-off, as slow as possible. I mean, the Red Cross is doing everything they can. We already realize a lot of people that could help are at war right now, fighting another way -- and they've given them permission to go down and shoot us!”

There was a tape delay, but the person in charge of censoring was only looking for profane words and didn’t know that West was not following his script.

West’s comments were edited out of the West Coast airing of the show, which was broadcast three hours later.

Before the show was over, the host, NBC News’ Matt Lauer, stated that emotions in the country are high because of the destruction the hurricane has left, the handling of the disaster and the strain of the war in Iraq.

“Sometimes that emotion is translated into inspiration, sometimes into criticism,” Lauer said referring to West’s’ comments. “We've heard some of that tonight. But it's still part of the American way of life." "


Adding on (again) a message from George Clooney. He ain't Hip Hop AT ALL, but he was kinda hot on ER...

"In July, you answered the call of the poorest countries in the world, and now perhaps we can help you find a way to participate at this important time. Please visit the ONE.ORG blog and take action today.
Thank you,
George Clooney

P.S. You can also help by taking part in the "ReAct Now: Music & Relief" benefit concert that will air on MTV, VH1 and CMT, planned for Sept. 10th at 8pm ET/7pm CT. Please visit
www.think.mtv.com for up to date information. "

SOHH.COM talked to Lil Wayne, Choppa, and others who have been devastated by the Hurricane... Here's the news feature...

" "A couple of my homies drowned, two houses underwater, so much I gotta digest, trying to keep on a smiley face," a devastated
Choppa told SOHH.com as he assesses the loss in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.
Mississippi and Louisiana officials are rushing to help save lives and combat looting while local stars including Lil Wayne, Baby and Choppa plan to rebuild and contribute relief efforts.

Reports say Hurricane Katrina is set to become the worst natural disaster to hit the United States. Experts say up to 1 million people could become homeless. Katrina is likely to surpass the Galveston Hurricane of 1900, which claimed between 8,000 to 12,000 lives. According to New Orleans Mayor
Ray Nagin, the death toll "is in the thousands" so far. It will take weeks before accurate numbers are revealed. Mississippi already counts 110 deaths. Officials say thousands of homes and businesses have been demolished and food, water and power supplies are hard to come by. Katrina is also set to become the costliest natural disaster ever in the U.S.

The city of New Orleans, home to Cash Money's
Lil Wayne, Juvenile and Mannie Fresh as well as Master P's No Limit family, was flooded when levees protecting the city ruptured. According to Chuck George, Chief Meteorologist of KOLD 13 in Tucson, Arizona, "the levees that protected New Orleans were never intended to withstand more than a Category 3 hurricane. Katrina pulled water from the Gulf of Mexico eastward into Lake Pontchartrain and the extra water resulted in very fast flow through the canals that carry the water through New Orleans and back into the gulf. That extra flow resulted in breakage of the levees."

Reports say the flooding caused massive amounts of people to be stranded and contagious diseases are prone to spread in the devastated areas. The city is reportedly 80% under water with some areas drowned in water 20 feet deep. With the conditions making it difficult to come by food, many have resorted to looting grocery stores and businesses to survive. The looting is presently escalating at a rapid rate. Looters are said to use garbage cans to sail away with food, TV sets, clothes and guns. There have been reports of car jacking, police officers claim to have been shot at and police say a man in Hattiesburg, Mississippi killed his sister, shooting her in the head over a bag of ice. President George W. Bush vowed a no tolerance policy against looters. About 4,000 National Guard troops were sent to New Orleans to combat the looting.

Meanwhile, the Hip-Hop world has been shaken by Katrina's deadly impact. Lil Wayne's daughter and mother are presently still in the depleted New Orleans. Other Cash Money members also have relatives stranded in the N.O. "My family was affected by the hurricane. I am waiting to see what the damage is," Wayne told SOHH.com. When trying to contact Mississippi's own David Banner, SOHH.com found a recorded operator message saying, "Due to the hurricane in the area you are calling the call cannot be completed at this time.

For Chopper aka Young City, the loss is devastating. The former Making Da Band star is assessing the damage, having lost possessions and friends.

"I got a lot of food on the table (meaning mad sh!t on his mind) so much I gotta digest. A couple of my homies drowned," Choppa tells SOHH.com.
The 19 year old rapper, the main breadwinner for his family and on the cusp of enjoying his newfound success, reports that the homes of his mother, grandmother and one of his homes was destroyed by water.

"[I] Just put a movie theatre in the house...now that's ruined," says Choppa. "Cash Money's Houses were also underwater... they live on the same block as me. I'm in the process of relocating my family to Cali [California], Atlanta, Houston and Memphis."

The Scream Tour 4 featuring Bow Wow, Omarion, Pretty Ricky, Bobby Valentino and Marques Houston was slated to stop by the Mississippi Coliseum in downtown Jackson. Instead, the concert was canceled and the venue served as a shelter filled with evacuated residents from nearby areas.

With large parts of Louisiana and Mississippi still under water, relief efforts are coming from all angles. Weezie said that he and Baby will likely start relief efforts once they secure their loved ones' safety. Houston's Astrodome is set to take in 25,000 refugees previously packed in New Orleans Superdome. The operation was set to begin today, but was halted due to gunshots and fires outside the arena. Buses are on the way to take the refugees from New Orleans to Houston. Reports say that 78,000 people are presently in shelters since the storm hit. FEMA sent over 50 disaster assistance teams to the devastated areas. The organization also sent over 25 urban search and rescue squads amounting to over 1,000 people to help save lives. The United States Coast Guard is also conducting searches. The Coast Guard is working in conjunction with local officials and local assets. They have rescued up to 2,000 people to date.
The National Guard presently has 11,000 Guardsmen helping governors and local officials with safety and disaster relief efforts. FEMA is also working with the Army Corp of Engineers and local officials to repair breeches in the levees in hope to stop the flooding in New Orleans. The Department of Transportation is also sending in 400 trucks to move 1,000 truckloads containing 5.4 million meals ready to eat, including 13.4 liters of water,10,400 tarps, 3.4 million pounds of ice, 144 generators and 20 containers of prepositions disaster supplies with 135,000 blankets and 11,000 coats. More relief efforts are expected to follow.

Despite the heavy burden he is bearing, Choppa is "trying to keep on a smiley face" and stay strong for his family.
The rapper has already donated $100,000 to the Red Cross and is interested to do a benefit concert.

"In N.O., they always said that one day the city would be underwater. We never pictured this one...never like this."

Also Read:
Jay-Z & Diddy Donate $1 Million, But Racism Said To Be Thwarting Hurricane Relief Efforts "

ADDING ON...9/5/05 A MESSAGE FROM G.A.M.E.

This is being sent on behalf of
admin@kickgame.com as part of the mailing list that you joined.

List: kickgameURL:
http://Kickgame.com

To Whom It May Concern: We are requesting your assistance in helping to raise resources (monetaryand other donations) for the gulf coast victims involved in the Katrina Hurricane. As you may know thousands have been displaced for several days with virtually nothing due to the deadly Katrina Hurricane that struck last week. The Mayor of New Orleans, Louisiana says thousands may dead in city alone. Let's help those we can help by donating.

G.A.ME, Inc. will be sponsoring a drive from upstate New York to the gulfcoast where victims are in which one to two trucks will be traveling to the gulf coast to drop-off all donations. A possible reason you should donate to G.A.ME, Inc. and other community organizations going directly to the gulfcoast, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas is, none of the donations go towards our salaries and we have a likeness and a love for the people whoare suffering. This delay in resources shouldn't have happened.

*Donations towards Katrina victims will secure the first 100 donors a freeticket to the upcoming Black Panther Party Commemoration/G.A.ME Benefit Concert featuring artists D-Block & Dipset (NYC) 10/7/05. Tickets are not onsale.

**Here is a list of acceptable donations:

Monetary donations towards trucks & gas – Canned Food - Clothing including shoes and socks – Water (bottled) – Diapers – Baby wipes – Food & baby food– Toothpaste – Toothbrushes – Blankets – Air mattresses & sheets –Children's books – Gas gift cards

*Here is a list of locations & members accepting donations (Last day to donate: Friday 2PM):
**Manhattan** (main drop-off location): Hunter College, Thomas HunterBuilding room 305B entrance located at Lexington Ave. between 68th & 69thStreet where G.A.ME has meetings. Drop-offs can be made 2pm-6pm from Tuesdayto Friday afternoon. 347-431-1826. *

*Brooklyn* (contact Greg 718-909-3085)
*Queens* (contact Neh @ 917-287-8155)
Location: 3087 Steinway St. Please call in advance.
*Bronx* (contact L. James 347-431-1826)
Location: 1451 Prospect Ave. 5C Please call in advance.
*New Jersey* (contact Jael 201-655-4482) Thanks, L. James

*Grassroots Artists MovEment (G.A.ME), Inc will be on WBAI 99.5FM Monday10PM-11PM speaking about upcoming issues affecting Katrina victims, black and Latino communities. This is a one-week effort including New Jersey,Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx, & Manhattan.

****Continue to help Katrina victims by donating to NAACP, Urban League, BlackChurches, Malcolm X Grassroots Movement, & December 12th movement in the tri-state area or people on the ground if you don't mind shipping costs:

Center for LIFE Outreach Center
121 Saint Landry Street
Lafayette, LA 70506
attn.: Minister Pamela Robinson
337-504-5374

Mohammad Mosque
652600 Plank Road
Baton Rouge, LA 70805
attn.: Minister Andrew Muhammad
225-923-1400
225-357-3079

Lewis Temple CME Church
272 Medgar Evers Street
Grambling, LA 71245
attn.: Rev. Dr. Ricky Helton
318-247-3793

St. Luke Community United Methodist Church
c/o Hurricane Katrina Victims
5710 East R.L. Thornton Freeway
Dallas, TX 75223
attn.: Pastor Tom Waitschies
214-821-2970

S.H.A.P.E. Community Center
3815 Live Oak
Houston, Texas 77004
attn.: Deloyd Parker
713-521-0641

INFO FROM KAHLIL @ GAME FOR LIFE (BIG UP RAVAGE @
WWW.DAYBYDAYENT.COM

KATRINA REPORTING THIS NEWS IS NOT AVAILABLE
IN MAINSTREAM MEDIA
PLEASE READ AND FORWARD!!

Interview with the mayor of New Orleans, Ray Nagin
http://www.cnn.com/2005/US/09/02/nagin.transcript/index.html

Listen to the whole interview.... invest 12+ minutes.Kanye speaks out against Bush on nat'l television.
http://www.pixelmd.com/kanye.html

Statements from members of the Congessional Black Caucus (CBC)
http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20050902/ts_nm/weather_katrina_race_dc_2

Story about how the Bush Administration refused to fund fixing the levees in New Orleans even after Homeland Security warned that it was an impending disaster.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/katrina/story/0,16441,1561356,00.html

Check out the website
www.gameforlife.com

-kahlil almustafa
email: kahlil@gameforlife.com

*** ( I'll keep adding new info & contacts on how the Hip Hop nation is helping victims of the hurricane as emails and phone calls come in ) ***

MIRANDA JANE

33 Comments:

At 9:46 AM, Anonymous lilsoulja said...

Thankful to all who are working to help. Unfortunate to think about the powers and principalities that we war against getting one over on us.

At present we have families being split, "disease" becoming rampant in the area, martial law in place, local police being sent on R&R while military police take over. (perfect urban warfare training ground n'est pas?) I don't want people to riot, but rather to pay attention.

What is to happen with property? Why couldn't people evacuate from the eastbank to the westbank via the bridge? Why are they waiting so long to rescue folk from their houses (trapped individuals)? Why force others to leave?

We cannot allow ourselves to focus on those who try to harm us as we find strength and hope in One above. He is blessing us right now.

Encourage people to not believe what the media is force-feeding us, that people are subject to losing their minds. Question the scientific development of disease and the appearance of e.coli in drinking water (batman forever). Keep them from killing our people.

Show love like you've been doing knowing full well that when we express a little faith, God will do so much more with it.

Let's work to getting families reunited. Let's work to pushing for the safe rescue of those legitimately TRAPPED. Let's work to promote media coverage of the entire city and not just the more well-known areas.

States are encouraging the influx of individuals to capitalize off of the numbers (increase in black population). Then shelters are "reaching their (controllable?) limit". It's right in front of our eyes.

It's like a smaller Louisiana purchase and worse even, slavery, all over again.

This is for my souljas.

 
At 11:14 AM, Anonymous lilsoulja said...

Sorry for the emotions, too much on the brain especially when you start to get actual accounts, not to mention the young cats getting killed like the wild west or middle east, but I digress.

New Orleans is not going anywhere. Plenty of its people are being displaced, but the city is there. The downtown is intact. The tourism industry will be back on track. The service industry will be back on track. People will be living there, just as they are on the OTHER side of the canal and on the other side of the river. Now is time to flush out all of the underground business. Let the unknowns remain under the corporate tables.

Our government (not simply the current administration...can't always blame our leader for these idiosyncrasies) has had issues with hustlers for a long time. Now is a good opportunity to get em out in the open and/or out of business.

Let's please realize that while racial tension is present, we've lived a life where cajuns and blacks work together. Sure, we tend to focus on our differences, but a lot of the issues come from cajuns being targeted also.

As long as people do not sell themselves short of what's due them (which gets sorta flaky...40 acres/mule, here we come), things should work out okay.

Hip Hop community...talk to one another. Bring down some of these barriers we have with one another. Understandably, we want to see consistencies in acceptable behavior. All we can do is do our part. Not to be super-spiritual or anything (I think I have a term to run into the ground), but we are commanded to love our brothers as ourselves. It's not a battle, because it is not ours..it's God's. And once we do a little in His name, it has already amounted to much much more.

 
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