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{{((Aya de Leon))}} 4h
Today, is out. 1st novel published, about an caught in the storm who gets politicized about , +. It's also a crime novel+a romance. called it "Gripping feminist heist fiction."
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𝕷𝖚𝖎𝖘 𝕾𝖆𝖓𝖈𝖍𝖊𝖟 Jun 21
Is Puerto Rico back to normal after the brutality of ?
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Rutgers Global Health Institute Jun 18
Eye-opening example of why communities may need help increasing resiliency: "Food shortages, damaged homes, fear of death, loved ones leaving. The cumulative stresses of contributed to thousands of schoolchildren developing symptoms."
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ahaynes122 6h
You have some nerve talking up Hispanics after you and the Orange Führer shat on after I’m embarrassed that we are from the same hometown AND parish!! 🤦🏽‍♀️🤮
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HCRInstitute Jun 24
Today HCRI are visiting Thornton College and St Columba’s College in Milton Keynes. 🚆🏫 Our students Daniel Richards and along with Krish Patel our Project Administrator, are conducting a table top exercise with 160 college goers relating to 🌪🇵🇷
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Oversight Committee 6h
Nearly 2 years after and , millions of Americans are still living in dire conditions. WATCH at 2:30 PM as Environment Subcommittee Chairman examines federal, state, and local preparations for natural disasters. 📺
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The City University of New York 9h
“The idea of service is very much part of the DNA of , and we have no better ambassadors than these students,” says , speaking of students from who are in Puerto Rico this summer, helping rebuild after .
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Don Yee🦟 8h
Replying to @MosquitoLab
5. It's incredible to see the recovery of the vegetation since . In the last 19 months the understory has filled in, with plants that we only see after hurricanes. Compare June 2016, Jan 2018 (3 months after Maria), and June 2019,
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Friendsofmine Jun 22
3,057 vials of blood. 1 for every person left to die in in Puerto Rico. We will .
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Tim Wahlstrom Jun 21
affected millions of Puerto Ricans. In the first presidential debate, must ask candidates what they plan to do to create and curb that will cause even more superstorms.
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Claudia Lopez Lloreda Jun 23
Even though I wasn’t there, it’s still hard to write about the impacts of on Puerto Rico and its people. I see it in my friends and family: mental health has deteriorated since the hurricane and its aftermath via
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The Resistance Prays 6h
The Trump administration still has not given out $600 million in food-stamp aid to Puerto Rico, more than two weeks after passage of a law approving the emergency funds.
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Brian Keith O'Hara 6h
Replying to @thehill @VP and 8 others
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Tom Gillispie Jun 23
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RIPL_Effect Research Team 6h
,2nd yr pharmacy stdnt in LarkinUniv () joins the . Her mother is like PI . Her family experienced 1stHand . She values the work w/ in post-Maria !
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MoniMichi Jun 23
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Uriyoan Colon-Ramos Jun 17
Foods Distributed During Federal Disaster Relief Response in Puerto Rico After Did Not Fully Meet Federal Nutrition Recommendations Finally our paper is indexed in Pubmed
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{{((Aya de Leon))}} 11h
Good morning world! publishes today, the 1st novel about in . Print, ebook+audiobook, which I got to narrate❤️ Book 4 in my series, tackling + but wrapped up in a sexy romance🔥
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Crime Writers of Color 5h
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{{((Aya de Leon))}} 2h
One of the best things abt pub day is seeing who else has a new book. shares a 6/25 birthday w/ ' . His is a horror/crime novel of the Southwest. Mine is the 1st novel of in +also a heist/romance.
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