The CA wildfires, inequality and despair: "“I can’t even describe the empty feeling that we have, I talk friends and family members out of suicide, and they talk me out of it.”
"The aftermath of the fires has produced a spectrum of misery and recovery, ranging from the wealthy, who with insurance money rebuilt houses sometimes worth more than the ones that burned, to those who lost everything and years later still have nothing."
On A1 today: "The aftermath of the fires has produced a spectrum of misery and recovery, ranging from the wealthy, who with insurance money rebuilt houses...to those who lost everything and years later still have nothing."
After a wildfire, some end up with a new house, others end up with nothing. , , on how fires expose the economic divide in California...
“Like access 2 quality education & clean water, natural disasters r another prism thru which inequalities can be viewed” via ⁦
"Like access to quality education and clean water, natural disasters are another prism through which California’s vast income inequalities can be viewed."
Wildfires, another way to divide rich and poor. via
How #ClimateChange creates refugees—inside the United States. via
Income inequality & natural disasters