Queer Communities Often Left Out of Disaster Planning Research Shows

The author tells the story of the Santa Rosa Trans Latinas, a trans community in California, some of whom are farmworkers whose work was interrupted by the Tubbs Fire in 2017 and subsequent wildfires. Their story highlights how LGBTQ+ people rely on their communities, are often left out of disaster planning more broadly, and how disaster preparedness and relief efforts can better serve LGBTQ+ communities in the future.
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