We've all seen the horrific images of hundreds of innocent women burned or crushed to death in factories while making our clothes. In the next few days we can get companies to stop it from happening again. Western clothing brands and retailers source from hundreds of factories in
The best thing you can do right now is to check on loved ones, whether it's through texts, tweets, Facebook posts, email, and/or phone calls. You can register yourself as Safe and Well here: http://www.redcross.org/find-help/contact-family/register-safe-listing You can find open shelters
We wish to express our deepest sympathies to all the families of the children and other individuals who were lost and injured as a result of the devastating tornadoes that struck the Oklahoma City area, and we express our heartfelt sorrow for the many others whose homes and business were damaged or
Pets ARE part of our lives, they ARE family. Hundreds if not thousands of house pets and outdoor animals are lost and misplaced after the terrible May 20, 2013 Moore, Oklahoma tornado tragedy. Donating to the Oklahoma Humane Society will help in so many ways. Your donation will go to sheltering and
People should sign this because they can make a difference and save lives. This can also change the way we respond to tornado threats and how we go about protecting ourselves from them. Why should we stay here and leave the people in tornado unprotected? Why should we let our kids go to school
Please sign this national message of support for the community of Boston, for the injured, and for the families of those killed in the terrorist attack at the Boston Marathon. Among those lost was an eight-year-old boy. More than 176+ people also were seriously injured. Let's send a message to
Our community is very concerned about the fact that we are not getting the dunes our surrounding beaches are getting. Midland beach suffered more deaths from super storm Sandy than any other place. Nearly our entire community was flooded. We are still recovering from extensive damage.
Yesterday's tornado in Moore, OK destroyed block after block of homes and businesses, leaving many without shelter and supplies. The tornado was rated EF4, the second-strongest tornado possible, with winds hitting 200 mph. Meteorologists are now predicting more storms in the Midwest - threatening
A two-mile-wide tornado hit Oklahoma this afternoon devastating the many towns in its path. Hundreds of homes have been torn apart including an entire elementary school. Despite immediate rescue efforts, 24 people have been confirmed dead, yet the storm is expected to continue through through the
Oklahoma currently ranks third in the nation after Texas and California in terms of total federal disaster and fire declarations, which kickstart the federal emergency relief funding process.Thus, Senator Inhofe of all people should stand firmly behind this type of aid. Read more here.