I know, I shared this at the weekend share, but I felt it important to put it out there again.
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The day after Hurricane Dorian hit, José Andrés of World Central Kitchens and his team were already serving 10,000 meals to people in the Bahamas. World Central Kitchens’ 227-foot boat, called Global, traveled from Fort Lauderdale filled with supplies for the aid mission. I talked earlier this year about World Central Kitchens (WCK), in my essay on José Andrés. For the past two weeks WCK has served people on Grand Bahama and the Abaco Islands 30,000 meals a day. That is an incredible feat. To see photos, click here.
This disaster reminds me of when Notre Dame’s roof burned. I was sad, but I knew it would be restored. Sure enough, within two days 1 billion dollars were pledged. Part of me was wondering if people would respond as strongly to a natural disaster. Then Dorian blasted the Bahamas with all its might. Several contributors have offered help:…
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