Kerri McLean is a Florida-based educator and writer devoted to telling the stories of heroes on the front lines of environmental justice. Experiencing over 30 years of hurricanes in the Florida Keys, she understands the ravages of climate change and repetitive flooding. Kerri is a communications volunteer with Anthropocene Alliance and their chief initiative Higher Ground, the largest flood survivor network in the United States.
The Transformative Power of Water: Flood Survivor/Activist Katherine Egland Fights the Struggle for Human Dignity
Around the world, across cultures and time, water has manifested itself as both life-creating and life-destroying. Never static, it constantly changes and transforms those in its wake. This is profoundly true for Katherine Egland.
November 13, 2020