Friday, June 19, 2020

How Far have we gotten. Business as usual. 2011 to 2020

From Previous Posting June 2014.  Business as Usual


Tuesday, June 21, 2016


Situational Awareness, Then and Now. Community Engagement.

Significant Agreements with FEMA that Affect our Communities
Please check Operation Hope, the NAACP, and IBW21 websites for community engagement information on emergency\disaster management preparedness, response, and recovery.


2011
Operation HOPE and FEMA Sign MOA To Enhance Financial Counseling to Disaster Survivors
2013
      NAACP signs MOA with FEMA
2014
      The Institute of the Black World (IBW) and FEMA to Sign Historic Agreement



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