July 7, 2011 – In Desperation, Seafood Workers Sign Away Their Rights
For many of Louisiana's oyster shuckers, shrimp peelers, and deckhands, survival after the BP oil spill meant accepting one-time payments of $5,000 check and signing away the rest of their rights. Meet Tam Nguyen, who shucked oysters for 30 years before the disaster. Produced by Richard Ziglar and Barry Yeoman. Narrated by Richard Ziglar. Voiceover by Ming Tran. Translation by Julie Pham.
June 17, 2011 – At the Edge of the Gulf, Dulac Re-learns Resilience
The Houma Indians and Cajuns who live in in this Terrebonne Parish fishing village have watched its population drop by more than 50 percent since 1990. Now they're calling upon their traditional survival skills to help them weather some 21st-century disasters. Produced by Richard Ziglar and Barry Yeoman. Narrated by Barry Yeoman.
June 6, 2011 – MacArthur Genius Says the BP Disaster is Far from Over
The Guardian has described Louisiana chemist Wilma Subra as BP's "worst nightmare." A winner of the MacArthur "Genius Grant" Fellowship, Subra has spent 30 years giving technical assistance to community groups dealing with environmental problems. Based on her research, she says there's reason for concern about human health and seafood safety on the Gulf Coast. Produced by Richard Ziglar and Barry Yeoman.
5/27/2011 – Charter Boat Captain to GCCF: "I'm Not Settling"
The Gulf Coast Claims Facility has predicted that most businesses will recover from the BP oil spill by the end of 2012. Like many others, Bryce Michel isn't so sure. Business at his company, Topwater Charters in Cocodrie, Louisiana, is down 50 percent this year. Michel worries it may never fully recuperate.