Sharing many ways to help people in OK hit by the tornado:

Earth First! Newswire

In case you didn’t know, a tornado touched down in Oklahoma, killing at least 51 people (20 children among them). We can’t control the weather, we can try to stop climate change before it gets worse, and we can definitely help build solidarity networks to respond to emergency situations. FEMA is too busy picking which trees to cut down in the San Francisco Bay area. Solidarity is all we have.

Cross Posted from Infoshop.org

Support Oklahoma

We are collecting information about how people can support independent relief efforts supporting the people in Oklahoma affected by the May 20, 2013 tornado.

*Rainbow Rapid Response Disaster Relief for Oklahoma
*Food Not Bombs – Norman, OK
*Occupy Disaster Relief
*Mutual Aid Official Contacts
*Occupy Norman
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