Today on Native America Calling, Shawn Spruce gets an update on recovery efforts and looks at how other tribes are preparing for impending disasters.
Survivors of #Ian are beginning their recovery with help from the whole federal family. To reach as many people as possible, teams assist at shelters & go door-to-door seeking out those who have limited mobility due to disability or transportation access.https://t.co/iAyEc6Ogb0 pic.twitter.com/u3lhBHwYqt— FEMA (@fema) October 5, 2022
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