It’s remarkable how little changes over time.
Doesn’t this 1989 complaint of Audre Lorde’s sound familiar?
“We are a territory of the most powerful country on earth, supposed to be. Why are there almost 700 families still homeless? If we do not learn the lessons of Hurricane Hugo, we are doomed to repeat them. Because Hugo will not be the last hurricane in this area.
What lessons were learned, by whom?
via JSTOR Daily