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Climate change’s uneven impact on communities of color compounded by uneven flow of aid


Hurricane Ida survivors are still facing a difficult road ahead, nearly six weeks after it battered Louisiana as a Category 4 storm. And in Lake Charles, Louisiana, thousands are still waiting for relief from a string of natural disasters that began more than a year ago. Some say it shows the climate change’s disproportionate toll on low-income communities. Community reporter Roby Chavez reports.

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