NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – After superstorm Sandy, most people in New York City knew there was aid out there somewhere. but some didn’t even try to find it.
Sancha Medwinter, a doctoral student from Duke University, has spent the past few months in her hometown trying to figure out why.
Medwinter remembers a woman she met in Canarsie, Brooklyn. She was standing right under a sign – “Hurricane Relief” with an arrow.
“She walked right past it every day and still had no idea where it was,” Medwinter told WCBS 880’s Alex Silverman. “It was clear, just from walking outside your house, where help was.”