Lakota Reservations are in dire straits due to fires, blizzards and floods
Lakota leaders have sent out a mayday call for help. The tribal governments have exhausted their resources, trying to grapple with the horrific damage done by multiple floods and blizzards. They need both donations and professionals with experience in disaster relief, who can help with their efforts. To date, the president has declined to declare these reservations federal disaster areas.
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