Scenes from Long Beach, New York after Hurricane Sandy, where we spent yesterday checking on Harriet’s place (all good) and delivering food and water supplies. We also happened upon Governor Cuomo’s press conference outside City Hall. The local effort there is amazing and we saw FEMA in full force, as well as many volunteers who had traveled a long way to help. Nonetheless, without power, heat, and water, people are desperate for food, batteries, and other supplies. I know many of you spent the weekend volunteering and donating to relief efforts around the area. The love and generosity is so deeply appreciated and needed - please keep it comin’.
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RT @cavecanempoets: CC Fellows Nagueyalti Warren, Marcus Jackson & Camille Dungy share new work @thenewschool: http://t.co/q9fqi4ui
RT @usefulmedia: Very cool - documentary screenings as part of @globaledcon’s Virtual Film Fest: http://t.co/ZnuqT5gG
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Double sadness: the death of Heavy D plus @danwinckler’s claim that he has never heard “Now That We’ve Found Love” before
RT @EMNhistory: Unexpected and shocking. Check out “Pink Ribbons, Inc.” official trailer http://t.co/vYBD5OXn via @thenfb
Home again, home again after an absolutely amazing week of filming/traveling in Haiti and DR.