Nearly 14,000 homes in eastern Kentucky reported some damage from flooding this summer. Led by Gerry Roll, the Foundation for Appalachian Kentucky is stepping up and thinking long-term.
For the Seminole Tribe of Florida, the island of Egmont Key at the mouth of Tampa Bay represents a history of oppression, as well as a testament to…
Introducing our seven fellows, who will focus on disaster-related information access and storytelling.
Residents of Ironton and West Point a la Hache are still pushing federal and state agencies to help them make their communities safer before the next storm.
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Community leaders in Sampson County say the cumulative impacts of industry aren’t discussed enough. So we made a printed pamphlet about it.
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