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Watch: The people of Houston speak out 'we're not racists

Recording artists Joy Villa and Kaya Jones, just back from Houston where they have been aiding in recovery efforts in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, joined Dana Loesch on Tuesday’s “Dana” to share the experience and help spread the the voice of Texas' survivors.

“What was it like being there on the ground?” asked Dana. “Because it’s so disastrous in some areas that they even have recovery teams that are having difficulty getting out, getting resources to people.”

“That’s right, they’re having to send recovery teams to help recovery teams,” said Joy. “What’s going on over there is far worse than anybody knows.” She added that the people of Houston want others to know, “We still need a lot of hope. We need a lot of help. We need you guys to give everything you can, if you can. And second, we are all joining together. Let everybody know, we're not racists. We're not prejudiced … our neighbors are all different colors. We’re all helping each other. It’s all about humans. We’re all about unity. Please let the media know, let everyone know, there is no racism here.”

Watch this video to hear Dana, Joy, and Kaya tell the full story .

To see more from Dana, visit her channel on TheBlaze and watch full episodes of “Dana” live weekdays 6–7 p.m. ET or anytime on-demand at TheBlaze TV.

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