People with No Place to Go “We’ve never seen it this bad.” Days after the terrible hurricane, people couldn’t find FEMA, the Red Cross or any relief whatsoever. That’s where the grassroots stepped in. They didn’t know where to go. Disastrously, seniors without electrical power (and thus elevator service) were stuck in their buildings, helpless. Without light and heat, they needed their neighbors to fill in where everyone else had failed them! For more information go to: http://www.helpaftersandy.org Brasscheck TV needs your help Brasscheck TV relies on viewer contributions to keep going Donate...Read More
Category: Hurricane Sandy
The Day After Obama’s Photo Op Three weeks after the storm Red Cross and government fraud abound Brasscheck went down to Staten Island with a truck load of food and other supplies the day after Obama came by for his photo op. I wish we had the time and resources to make a full movie about what’s going on there. More info at: Help After Sandy. org Here are some verbal observations: These are random, somewhat stream of consciousness notes which will have to do for now… It’s 21 days after the storm and there are still many thousands of...Read More
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