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Disaster Strikes! Locating Government Resources to Help During Crisis: Home


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Libraries are increasingly addressing challenges associated with digital equity, access, and inclusion, as well as issues of security and privacy.
This includes "When Disaster Strikes." Libraries can serve as a central hub for dealing with such emergencies by providing free access to government information and agencies.

The United States federal government has a plethora of resources to aid people in natural- and health-related emergencies. Explore the tabs above for information for various situations.

**In collaboration with Jennifer Castle from Tennessee State University*


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