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Moving from disaster preparedness to disaster justice: Centering community & racial justice for a transformed future

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This policy brief created by the Praxis Project discusses the difference between disaster preparedness and disaster justice, a concept that blends social justice with natural, political and pandemic disaster response.

Built on the experience of disaster survivors, the report explores the meaning of resiliency and autonomy across societal structures and levels, disaster justice tools and approaches, and actionable recommendations for public health and community organizations. 

The page that houses the report also features a webinar recording exploring implications of the resource.

 

Reference

The Praxis Project (2021, May). Moving from disaster preparedness to disaster justice: Centering community & racial justice for a transformed futurehttp://thepraxisproject.org/resource/2021/moving-from-disaster-preparedness-to-disaster-justice

Tags: COVID-19, Racism/racialization, Pandemic recovery, Policy Brief

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