She survived Hurricane Sandy. Then climate gentrification hit

She survived Hurricane Sandy. Then climate gentrification hit


boarded up bungalow destroyed by Hurricane Sandy on Beach 43rd Street in the Edgemere neighborhood of Far Rockaway, Queens, on 6 April 2021. Photograph: Krisanne Johnson/The Guardian

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Kimberly White Smalls needed her coastal home rebuilt, but like other Black residents of New York’s Far Rockaway neighborhood, she was moved instead…

Read Full Article, The Guardian (04-20-2021)

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