Damien Quentin - Copperleaf
Curtis Brown - Virginia Commonwealth Universty
Nicole C. Wood - DHS
Historically marginalized and vulnerable communities face greater risks of harm and suffer disproportionately during and after disasters. In light of recent civil unrest and discourse, more and more organizations and individuals have stepped up to improve fairness in disaster response. As the frequency and severity of disasters keep increasing, how do we ensure that resilience is incorporated into the whole community? Have the actions that have been taken to improve disaster resilience been impactful to all communities?