It was during Hurricane Katrina that Keith McHenry saw just how far Food Not Bombs - the decentralized, all-volunteer activist network he co-founded - had pervaded public consciousness. Read more
"The day the hurricane hit, there was an African American man on CNN standing in front of the Superdome," McHenry remembers. "[He was] saying 'This is crazy - the Red Cross isn't doing anything, FEMA's not doing anything - what we need is food, not bombs.'"
"It wasn't clear whether he was slighting the fact that all this money was going to the war in Iraq, or if he knew about FNB. But