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.
At Benevolence Farm, residents live on site and help produce and sell food. Advocates say it’s a way to address major gaps in the rural justice system.
A look at voting and candidate information for May primaries.
A guide to help you navigate preparedness, response, and recovery
A little-known but powerful board steers affordable housing into segregated, poor neighborhoods where Black children have little chance to reach the middle class
Tajah McQueen will lead Southerly’s strategy around social media, newsletters, and deepening our relationships with community members and partners.
North Carolina residents, researchers, and farmers say the rapidly growing industry distracts from a massive hog waste problem—and the public health risks that it causes.