The Disaster Justice Network (DJN) is a volunteer network lending support to share critical information that is not easily accessed for the Hurricanes Laura, Delta, Zeta and Ida recovery processes. The network includes community leaders, faith leaders, advocates, activists, practitioners, researchers, and students weaving together environmental justice and disaster expertise to develop strategies that address the inequitable access to disaster response and recovery efforts and to advocate for a justice-driven recovery process.
video courtesy of Scott Blaker
Recently Cindy Robertson of Sulfur, La. presented the “Rebuilding the Boot Campaign” to theSulfur Council and the citizens in attendance. Founder of nonprofit Micah
The news story below about the number of homeowners in SW Louisiana who have been victims of poorly repaired homes demonstrates the need to
Check out our Housing page for a plethora of resources for resilient rebuilding! We have reports on mold eradication, high wind protections, roof rebuilding, and wet
Lt. Gen. Russel Honoré (Ret.) published this opinion in The Hill about the importance of FEMA taking care of climate refugees rather than charging
We are proud to share that our efforts to promote resilient rebuilding in Lake Charles through the Disaster Justice Network have been recognized on
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