FEMA Changing Rules That Have Historically Deprived African Americans of Crucial Aid

In the past, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) – relied on deeds to prove that land belonged to disaster victims before sending relief funds. However, those guidelines proved to deny aid to many African American applicants whose homes or land were inherited informally without written wills. But, as first reported by NBC News, the rules quietly have changed. As […]In the past, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) – relied on deeds to prove that land belonged to disaster victims before sending relief funds. However, those guidelines proved to deny aid to many African American applicants whose homes or land were inherited informally without written wills. But, as first reported by NBC News, the rules quietly have changed. As […]Read MoreFeedzy

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