In “Katrina and the Media’s Demand for Racial Division,” I note that Hurricane Katrina seems to have undone some of the good that came from the evil of September 11 by rejuvenating racial divisiveness as a focus of conversation. Depressing. Sickening. Discouraging. And yet there’s hope if only we can find the patience to let the unimaginative among us think matters through… ideally without further catastrophes for precipitation.