On September 28, Hurricane Ian hit the state of Florida hard, leaving our communities in dire need. Unfortunately, Hurricane Ian confirms as climate disasters increase in frequency and intensity, we must address the institutionalized discrimination that delays or denies emergency recovery aid to BIPOC communities.
You’ve most likely heard of or experienced good voting experiences – and maybe some bad ones. While many factors go into your time at the polls, one of the most important and most quintessential parts of the experience is poll workers! Poll workers are
On Wednesday, April 20, the Florida Communities Trust Governing Board broke its promise to the people of Florida and set a dangerous precedent for conservation. It unanimously voted to move forward with a controversial proposal to allow for the construction of a linear facility (aka
ORLANDO, Fl – When governments propose actions that involve sabotaging past public investments, the phrase that comes to mind is clear: mismanagement. And this is the clear case with the Split Oak Forest Wildlife and Environmental Area, a 1,689 forest created in 1994 when Orange