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Interested in supporting regionally and locally rooted mutual aid and solidarity initiatives? You are people after our own hearts!
Wildfires are again causing widespread destruction on the West Coast. And PG&E power blackouts are a disaster in themselves. Consider supporting these folks:
Tropical Storm Imelda caused severe flooding in Eastern Texas, in many of the same places that Hurricane Harvey flooded just two years ago. Here are some response efforts aligned with Mutual Aid Disaster Relief or autonomous, solidarity based efforts in the area more broadly:
Hurricane Dorian has devastated the Bahamas and cause flooding and other damage in coastal North Carolina. Here are some grassroots efforts to keep on your radar and consider supporting:
The so called “Bomb Cyclone” caused flooding over a wide area across the midwest recently. The Dandelion Network based out of Nebraska has been compiling resources and engaging in mutual aid work. Front Range Mutual Aid Network and Fort Collins Mutual Aid Network have been organizing relief efforts in partnership with Lakota friends at Pine Ridge. Their fundraiser can be accessed here. To assist the Santee Sioux with water infrastructure repair costs, donate to their fundraiser here.
Hurricanes Michael and Florence devastated large parts of eastern North Carolina and Florida’s panhandle in 2018.
Here are some movement-based relief efforts local to Florida’s Panhandle:
Here are some autonomous, decentralized options in North Carolina:
- Blue Ridge Autonomous Defense
- Interfaith Alliance for Climate Justice
- Tidewater Community Hurricane Fund
- NC Solidarity Network
- Mutual Aid Carrboro
- Appalachian Medical Solidarity
- Support the Port
- BeLoved Asheville
And here are two little bit larger North Carolina Hurricane Florence grassroots community funds:
It’s been over two years since Hurricanes Irma and Maria hit Puerto Rico, but the work for a just recovery continues. Consider donating to our extended family of locally-rooted centros de apoyo mutuo and other mutual aid projects:
For Hurricane Harvey ongoing relief efforts, see our good friends and partners at West Street Recovery.
Thank you so much for your continued support and solidarity for decentralized, liberatory disaster response!