Poor neighborhoods of Florida attacked by Ian


Associated Press

Flood-hit Florida poor neighborhoods try to recover

The Gladiolus Food Pantry typically distributes supplies to about 240 households on Wednesdays, but when Hurricane Ian hit that day and canceled distributions, there were groceries such as canned black beans, rice, meat, bread and produce. was overflowing. This helps families struggling with rising rents and inflation to make ends meet. “I don’t know what we’re going to do now because we’re going to need food, water, everything,” she said. Water infiltrated the entire building. ”