HOUR THREE Today on Wakeup Call, media critic Makani Themba Nixon will help us analyze the crisis and its portrayal in the press. We hear how New Orleans-based Acorn is mobilizing its members, many of whom were displaced by the flood and its tragic aftermath. Malik Rahim gives us an on the ground look at this crisis from his home in the Algiers neighborhood of New Orleans. Kevin Powell tells us about a September 8th supply drive for huricane victims. Hurricane Analysis GUEST: Makani Themba Nixon, executive director, Praxis ProjectGUEST: Malik Rahim, New Orleans activistGUEST: Maude Heard, ACORN PresidentGUEST: Kevin Powell, hip hop journalist Listen Now! HOUR TWO Less than 36 hours after the death of Supreme Court Chief Justice William H Rehnquist, President Bush nominated Judge John Roberts to succeed Rehnquist as Chief Justice. We'll have extensive analysis. Plus, our hurricane coverage continues. Two Vacancies on the Supreme Court GUEST HOST: Mitch Jeserich, FSRN Reporter Hurricane Coverage GUEST: Leigh Ann Caldwell, FSRN/Pacifica Reporter, in Baton Rouge Listen Now! HOUR ONE Wakeup Call News Editor, Leslie George brings us "The Emma Clark Story:A Struggle for Freedom and Reparations" Listen Now!