Monday, December 05, 2005

Washington Post on Malik Rahim

The Washington Post has a generally positive profile of Common Ground founder Malik Rahim:

For a Former Panther, Solidarity After the Storm
"Rahim, a Green Party candidate for City Council in 2002, is the nucleus of Common Ground Collective, a grass-roots recovery effort of volunteers parachuting into the city from points across the nation. Rahim's late mother's home, which survived the storms intact, has become the epicenter of the effort to deliver water, food, ice and medical care to the city's poorest."


At 08:49, Blogger Gregg Jocoy said...

I appreciate all the hard work you've put into this blog. Malik Rahim and others in New Orleans have shown the rest of us that we can be in charge...if we do what needs to be done without worrying too much about who's "in charge" or who gets the credit. Thanks for this piece, and the rest of the blog. I've enjoyed it.


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