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Whether it’s age, walk of life, ethnicity or nationality—everyone is at risk. Department of Homeland Security has a responsibility to ensure that every community has equal access to our messages during a disaster, and that every individual can find public information during a crisis.

Today, Secretary Janet Napolitano applauded FEMA’s redesigned Spanish-language website. Located at http://www.fema.gov/espanol, the newly redesigned site helps fulfill Secretary Napolitano’s commitment to openness and accessibility in our efforts to build a culture of readiness and resilience across the nation.
 

The redesigned site provides easier access to and expanded information about current disasters, preparedness, and a Spanish-language version of FEMA’s National Emergency Family Registry and Locator systems at http://www.disasterassistance.gov/es – a site to help family members locate each other during a crisis.

We spent September talking about what to do before something happens. Now we need to ask the question, “¿Estan Preparados?”

Check out the new site, and tell your friends and loved ones.

Published by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Washington, D.C.
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