Many Americans turn to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for help in the long road to recovery after a disaster. The agency is tasked with providing individuals with financial assistance for a variety of situations, from home repairs to medical expenses. You can only apply for aid if the natural disaster you were impacted […]
A series of interviews with disaster preparedness and recovery advocates about the work they’re doing—and the work that’s still left—in low-wealth communities, rural regions, and BIPOC communities most at risk of climate change and extreme weather.
A recap of Southerly and Enlace Latino NC’s panel on healthy equity for Latinx populations in the state.
Southerly and Enlace Latino NC hosted a panel with residents and advocates of community-owned mobile home parks.
In the absence of government support, nonprofits and community groups servicing rural Latinx communities created their own inclusive emergency preparedness response.
With little to no protection from their employers or the state during the pandemic, a mother-daughter community health worker duo has helped launch and lead vaccination events.
In an industry benefiting white farmers, Tierra Fértil roots a growing Latino community in Henderson County, N.C.