Media Roundtable: Florida's low-income & Black residents say they've been left out of Hurricane Ian relief efforts
On this edition of Your Call's Media Roundtable, we discuss coverage of low-income and Black communities affected by Hurricane Ian, the deadliest storm to hit Florida since 1935. Many longtime residents say they aren't expecting help. Neighborhoods of color always come last.
The official death toll is now at 103; 60 percent of the victims drowned. Many were elderly.
Nada Hassanein, national correspondent at USA Today covering environmental and health inequities
The New York Times: ‘Where Am I Going to Go?’ Floridians Hit by a Hurricane and a Housing Crunch.