Kanye West goes off – and is censored on the West Coast!

Kanye says “Bush doesn’t care about black people” aside Mike Meyers in this segment on NBC’s Katrina fundraising extravaganza. But they censored him on the later West Coast broadcasts! And he’s the one who just last week called for all rappers to stop criticizing gays.

Nothing wrong with standing up for what’s right, but where are the real voices who can step on what’s wrong and bring more money (read: prospect for change) to the cause?

Most compelling Hurricane related websites

Wikipedia is the most concentrated constantly evolving resource on Katrina and her aftermath. They also have a database of live streaming audio and video from the area.

I had a spat of addictively refreshing the well administered NOLA call for help blog

The Hurricane is captured live on video in this stunningly graphic and dramatic video that I’ve only seen on WLBT, Jackson Mississippi’s NBC affiliate.

A good database of Hurricane Katrina related links is at the Online Journalism Review.

Other good blogging and commentary has been seen at AMERICAblog, Crooks and Liars, MediaBistro, and Technorati will hook you up with about anything.