Hurricane Sandy

A woman waits for discarded food from a flooded grocery store in the heavily damaged Rockaway, Queens, neighborhood on November 16, 2012, in New York City. Four years later, the neighborhood is focused on resiliency.

Four Years Later, How NYC Public Housing Survived Hurricane Sandy

Coupled with threats of gentrification, communities are still recovering from trauma that accompanied the storm.

A sign points to an evacuation route as South Florida residents prepare for Hurricane Matthew on October 5, 2016, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The hurricane has pounded Jamaica and Haiti on its way north toward the U.S. coastline.

Hurricane Matthew Prompts Evacuations in South Carolina, Kills At Least 11 in the Caribbean

It is the strongest storm to touch the Atlantic in nearly a decade. 

A Tech Innovation in Red Hook's Housing Projects

Thanks in part to a community wireless network, low-income residents in Brooklyn are creating new forms of networking in the digital age.

Why Superstorm Sandy is Still Wreaking Havoc on Poor Communities

One year later Sandy’s disproportionate impact on historically marginalized communities continues in shocking ways.

From Sandy to SoHo: Teen Artists Paint New York City's Recovery

Young artists from neighborhoods devastated by New York City’s worst natural disaster want to tell their stories.