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Storm Stories

Working Narratives

Storm Stories is a collection of stories from Hurricane Florence. This podcast and radio series explores resilience and recovery in the coastal region through local stories. Broadcasting from the Working Narratives' studio in coastal North Carolina the series tells real people stories.

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SHOW NOTES

Every disaster has its evacuees, people who do just as they’re told and leave once the government sounds the alarm. But what happens when they have nothing to return to? Gerry Lenahan tells us what it’s like to lose everything and what it’s like to rebuild. 

Storm Stories is a collection of stories from Hurricane Florence. This podcast  and radio series explores resilience and recovery in the coastal region through local stories.

Learn more at www.workingnarratives.org 

SHOW NOTES

Gloria Walters is one of a growing number of people adapting to the new realities of climate change displacement. Hit by Hurricanes Matthew and Florence, her hometown of Fair Bluff North Carolina lost half its population and is considered a ghost town now. What’s it like to be hurricane refugee?

Storm Stories is a collection of stories from Hurricane Florence. This podcast  and radio series explores resilience and recovery in the coastal region through local stories.

Learn more at www.workingnarratives.org 

Hurricane Florence Recovery is a Marathon and not a Sprint....

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With much appreciation,

 

Wallyce Todd

Executive Director

CCPR

"Thank you so much for your generous donation of items for my mother. We appreciate it so much and it was such a blesssing to our family. Thank Your again & God BlessI

Tabor City Resident

After Hurricane Florence