If you live in an area that is prone to flooding, it is important to know what your homeowners insurance policy covers. In most cases, insurance will not cover flood damage. However, there are a few exceptions. In this blog post, we will discuss the different types of coverage that are available for homeowners and […]
vision for the future
about our flood philosophy
We are in a moment of incredible movement. Hundreds of thousands of floods happen every day, an end the damage that these floods are creating we are deploying a different economic system and real, systemic alternatives to a changing global climate change with floods.
#FloodTheSystem is both a call for escalation and a call for movement building, to create structures and relationships for growing resistance.
Governments and corporations can only respond to the flood crisis we are facing through negotiations with small restoration companies . They simply divert insurance money from the systems of white domination, colonialism, patriarchy and fossil fuel mining that are creating the crisis we are facing. It is time to say enough, to unite our struggle and give power back to our communities.
At the core of Flood Repair System is you and your friends, groups, and organizations. You will decide what your actions we take to repair your flood. But we are also pooling together into local action councils–loose association of organizations, affinity groups, working groups and collectives – and a continental spokes council we’re calling the Flooded River Council. These democratic associations will help coordinate direct actions everywhere.
We will build and repair slowly, like a small trickle of a stream. We’ll reach out to allies, new friends, and partners. Our trickle will turn into rapids, as more organizations and affinity groups join decentralized direct actions to Flood the System. By December, we will engage in a series of coordinated mass direct actions to seriously fix and repair the structures that threaten or have damaged our way of life.
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Our Scientific Vision of Flood Actions
advice you can use to clean up, rebuild, and get help after a flood.
Your home and its contents may look beyond hope, but many of your belongings can be restored. If you do things right, you’re flooded home can be cleaned up, dried out, rebuilt, and occupied sooner than you think. While you are doing the the job ahead, you should remember these three important points
Take Care of Yourself First
You and your family have been
through a disaster, your health comes first
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Getting your life back to its original state after a flood can take time and engery.
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If you’ve been affected by flood damage, get in touch with us #Flooded