It's Time for a Narrative Shift in Post-Disaster Journalism [OP-ED]
Examining news coverage following Hurricane Florence illustrates how post-disaster narratives can compound and perpetuate deep histories of racial and economic oppression.
Migrant Farmers Could Be Hardest Hit By Hurricane Florence
This group of workers—many of whom are of undocumented status—have to choose between asking for help from FEMA and being deported by ICE.
5 Ways To Donate Money, Time and Other Aid to Communities Hit By Florence
These organizations are working to keep people in the Carolinas safe in the aftermath of the storm.
READ: Black Homeowners in the Gullah-Geechee Islands Could Lose Land After Florence
A new Mother Jones article details how property laws could complicate post-storm recovery.
South Carolina Refused to Evacuate Incarcerated People Ahead of Hurricane Florence
“If Governor McMaster truly does not want to ‘gamble with the lives of the people of South Carolina,’ he needs to make sure that the prison system is up to par, or evacuate the inmates just as he has ordered the rest of us to do.”
How Climate Change Could Make Hurricane Florence More Dangerous For Communities of Color
Global warming not only impacts the strength of the storm, but it can also impact the mental health of those affected by it.