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  1. [...] Ben Brown from placemakers.com divides the time post-disaster into several stages. The first is the buildup to the crisis and the “hit.” During the second stage, the tragedy is offset by the rush of attention and inspiring stories of volunteers rushing to their fellow humans’ aid. However, then comes “stage three.” [...]

  2. [...] Ben Brown from placemakers.com divides the time post-disaster into several stages. The first is the buildup to the crisis and the “hit.” During the second stage, the tragedy is offset by the rush of attention and inspiring stories of volunteers rushing to their fellow humans’ aid. However, then comes “stage three.” [...]

  3. [...] Ben Brown from placemakers.com divides the time post-disaster into several stages. The first is the buildup to the crisis and the “hit.” During the second stage, the tragedy is offset by the rush of attention and inspiring stories of volunteers rushing to their fellow humans’ aid. However, then comes “stage three.” [...]

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