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Texas Blackouts Hit Minority Neighborhoods Especially Hard
Winter storms in Texas provide an example of how severe weather events leave marginalized communities most vulnerable. “The history of our response to disasters is that these communities are hit first and have to suffer the longest” - Robert Bullard, Professor at Texas Southern University.
Post written by Carley Geiss, Department of Sociology, University of South Florida, Membership and Outreach Committee
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