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Recent events have shown that the effects of climate change are not distant fears, but current realities. From historic flooding in Louisiana to Hurricanes Matthew, Harvey, Irma, and Maria we need each other more than we ever have before. Immediately after floods and other disasters, Mutual Aid Disaster Relief listens to affected community members and responds with supplies, work crews, and amplifying the grassroots community-led initiatives that blossom following disasters.

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MADR On The Road!

Eugene, OR: Storytelling Presentation

October 24 @ 6:00 pm PDT

Portland, OR: Part 1, Presentation

October 26 @ 6:30 pm PDT

Portland, OR: Part 2, Workshop

October 27 @ 11:00 am PDT

Olympia, WA: Part 1, Presentation

October 30 @ 7:00 pm PDT

Olympia, WA: Part 2, Workshop

October 31 @ 3:00 pm PDT

Seattle, WA: Part 1, Presentation

November 1 @ 7:00 pm PDT

Seattle, WA: Part 2, Workshop

November 2 @ 7:00 pm PDT

Fort Collins, CO: Part 2, Workshop

November 7 @ 4:00 pm MST

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Panama City Landlords are Finishing What Hurricane Michael Started

A call to action. Hundreds of residents in low income housing projects in Panama City have received eviction notices in the days following the category 4 catastrophe of Hurricane Michael, which shredded the region into a state of nonrecognition.  In short, it looks like a war zone. In an area where no bush, no tree, no building was spared in some measure by Michael’s thrashing wind gusts, were relieved occupants of impoverished communities whose walls weren’t felled.  The survivors of a storm bearing the same descriptor all storms as of late- historic- pulled through only to find landlord issued notices pinned to their doors.  The notices gave them one to three days to leave. They were given no rent reimbursement, no contingency directive and with the caveat that all things left behind would be destroyed courtesy of land owners. In the Macedonia Garden Apartments, the morning after landlords gave verbal assurance that residents could rest easy until November 1st when further decisions on eviction would be given, the residents woke to find 72-hour eviction notices on their doors.  And when the landlords [...]

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Solidarity Through The Storms

Greetings, comrades and co-conspirators! To say that we at Mutual Aid Disaster Relief have been busy the past few weeks would be putting [...]

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