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More than 135-thousand people have left Puerto Rico, since Hurricane Maria devastated the island. According to some projections, Puerto Rico will lose up to 14 percent of its population by the end of 2019. Our latest magazine takes an in-depth…
The Colón-Santiago family is determined to stay and rebuild.
A filmmaker puts down his camera and picks up a hammer to help the rebuilding effort.
Casa Pueblo, una iniciativa ciudadana que cuenta con ayuda de la diáspora puertorriqueña en Estados Unidos, se transforma en un oasis energético luego de que el huracán María dejara a Puerto Rico a oscuras por meses.
The terrifying message came via a robo-call: April 20 is your last day at the hotel. “Pack your things. Your stay is not the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA’s) responsibility anymore,” Andrea Tejeda, 26, recalls hearing on her cellphone. Hours…
Moving from emergency responses to long-term solutions.
Casa Pueblo kept the lights on when most of the island was in darkness.
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Leer en español Hurricane Maria left Angelica Padilla de Arce, a 20-year-old Puerto Rican student, without classes, without a job, and with big economic problems. Padilla was in her third year at the University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez campus,…