November 11, 2012
I’m sending this clip because it gives a good illustration of the shocking vastness
of the destruction that was wrought by Hurricane Sandy in New Jersey and New York. As anyone can clearly see, it will take lots of work and lots of time for many communities to be restored.
40,000 newly-homeless Americans cannot wait for the government to help them in the freezing cold. They need OUR help now.
This is why my partners at BrasscheckTV and I have started HelpAfterSandy.Org, a
website that focuses on GRASSROOTS groups of local volunteers who are on the ground now, to help us help them coordinate their relief efforts, in the hardest-hit communities of New Jersey, New York City and Long Island.
Please get involved!
Published by WSJDigitalNetwork
November 2, 2012
WSJ Video chronicles the unfolding and aftermath of Superstorm Sandy from warnings and preparation to landfall, wreckage, relief and recovery. Featuring on-the-ground reporting from Wall Street Journal reporters, videographers and photographers.