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Emergency management zen, us on C-Span, and tweeting for help.
Actress, mother and activist Elizabeth Röhm talks to Tonic about her mom, the Red Cross and her one guilty eco-pleasure.
Here are 5 blog posts from local chapters we think you’ll enjoy.
A look back at August posts through the years.
This account is written by Felecia Chavez, a Red Cross worker currently in Afghanistan.
A week ago Friday found me on the other side of our health care system here in Afghanistan. After thinking that I had a really bad case of food poisoning and hours of unbearable pain my co-worker drove me to the Emergency Room here on Bagram.
We’re hosting this event to bring together government agencies, emergency management professionals, disaster response organizations, tech companies and concerned citizens to address how to reply to these digital requests for help more effectively. That means what you bring to this discussion is really important. So we’ve created a variety of ways we can all interact.
Lots of people are talking about the Emergency Social Data Summit we’re hosting tomorrow. Remember you can participate online.
We’re gathering government, nonprofits, social technologists, and engaged citizens to begin evaluating the increased role of the public in disaster response in the age of the social web.
Our Southwestern Pennsylvania Chapter was the recipient of a random act of kindness last week – a secret agent delivered a complimentary box of donuts to their office!