America is facing a crucial moment in its storied history with the ongoing global pandemic and protests following the killing of George Floyd.
Now weather experts are predicting that conditions in 2020 may worsen as a record-breaking hurricane season draws near.
But First Lady Melania Trump is out and ahead of the impending storms, according to Vanity Fair.
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The first lady was briefed at the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) headquarters to plan preparedness of vulnerable families at risk during hurricane season, a brief out of the White House read.
“While the nation and world continue to fight the silent enemy of COVID-19, it is still important to focus on educating our nation’s youth and providing families with the resources they need to prepare themselves in the event of a hurricane,” said Mrs. Trump.
She’s getting up to speed on initiatives provided by the American Red Cross such as the “Pillowcase Project” and “Prepare with Pedro,” which both specialize in getting children the information they need on sheltering, survival, and emotional coping techniques in the event of disasters caused by hurricanes.
Mrs. Trump has been a well-known advocate of children’s education, frequently touring schools all across the country for public readings as part of her “Be Best” campaign.
But she’s ramped up her activism and awareness in recent months as the global pandemic began to grip hold of resilient Americans.
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In April, she shared a message for seniors keeping safe during the Wuhan virus:
“These changes in our everyday living,” she said, “will not last forever, and we’ll be able to visit with our loved ones again soon.”
The Horn editorial team