After disasters occur, disability rights organizations, the Government Accountability Office, Congress, Inspectors General, states, FEMA, and many others release policy reports and recommendations, often called "lessons learned." We know the drill: soon after Anderson Cooper heads home, the political will to address "problems realized" quickly fades. This is why the same recommendations for improvement are often repeated from one disaster to the next. Disaster Accountability Project created a "Disaster Policy Wiki" to serve as a clearinghouse of these policy recommendations so they are not forgotten. This summer, our legal interns added over 1000 policy recommendations into the Wiki and we plan to add many more. If we collectively track the status of these policy recommendations, fewer will be forgotten and together we can advocate for their implementation. Furthermore, disability rights advocates, government and nonprofit employees, and even disaster relief volunteers can share information about the status of these policy recommendations. We all want to see improvements and sometimes change doesn't happen fast enough. Hopefully this new Disaster Policy Wiki can help move things along by shining some light on the progress of life/death policy reform.