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Lorena Rivera 14h
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
But are U.S. citizens... Where is your loyalty here? 🤔
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redfish Jun 14
OUT NOW: "The Forgotten Colony: Puerto Rico” U.S. colonialism has forced Puerto Rico to depend on the mainland for food imports. So when cut off supply lines, people starved and businesses went under. Watch on YT:
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c | a r i 6h
thank you to the artists that make me cry, that make me write, that make me imagine what i will turn these tears into. what does hallow look like? what does hallow feel like? how does hallow continue to move?
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Puerto Rico 🇵🇷 Jun 20
Thousands in Puerto Rico STILL under tarps
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Abrazo Boricua Jun 21
. shelter program - which has housed about 2,300 families who fled PR after is set to end 6/30. In FL alone, there are approx 656 ppl who will be homeless if something isn't done. We need to take action now before it’s too late!
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Antonio Paris Jun 21
Flashback: first hours of as it pounds Puerto Rico
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Dave Malkoff Jun 13
Breaking News first on The . Under protest, Puerto Rican Government lawyers turn over 22,985 death records following . The official death toll still stands at 64.
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John Zinda 迪明 Jun 21
Replying to @john_zinda
Researchers asking how survivors coped had to rethink strategy. Community members demanded sweat equity: outside researchers were expected to chip in and help out if they wanted to ask for people's accounts. 3/4
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redfish Jun 15
Investigative journalist exposed how the U.S. has used to impose disaster capitalism on and push through public sector cuts and privatisation. Schools are being hit hard. Watch redfish's report on YT
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Adria Iraheta Jun 18
Driving through the mountains, on the northwest side of El Yunque National Forest. A lot of homes and businesses up here are still visibly in ruins
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TheSatoProject Jun 21
Happy from Luna! From a pile of broken-down boxes in a beach parking lot to , this sweet girl has come a very long way since being found as a tiny puppy with her siblings after .
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Pablo Rivera Jun 20
I can finally say that after 9 months of waiting: We have a sofa! It reclines and is soooo comfy. Currently live tweeting from it. Take that stupid !
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John Zinda 迪明 Jun 21
Replying to @john_zinda
Even before the , respondents regularly told Flores that authorities were not prepared for a disaster. After the storm, federal and territory supports crumbled, but communities came together as people poured themselves into recovery effort. 2/4
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Will Potter 15h
On assignment in Puerto Rico covering the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, and the humanitarian and public health crisis. It’s part of an ambitious documentary / public education project, coming soon.
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Mischief 12h
where are the hundreds of shelters you promised our citizens for Puerto Rico? They are still without water and stable electricity
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Adria Iraheta Jun 17
Many houses still have blue tarps and leaky roofs like this one in Lunquillo. The funny thing is, this neighborhood is only a few miles away from the beach resorts. This family tells me water still gets in their home
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redfish Jun 18
Today the UN will hear 's case for independence from the US for the first time since 1953. In Puerto Rico, colonialism never truly ended. On the ground redfish found calls for independence growing louder since . Watch on YT
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José Juan Terrasa Jun 20
The ReImagine Puerto Rico reports were released today - after 5 months of work by the Resilient Puerto Rico Advisory Commission. The mission of the Commission is to provide guidance for the reconstruction of Puerto Rico.
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Adria Iraheta Jun 18
We are driving to Humacao and Yabucoa right now— places that still look like the hurricane hit yesterday. We’re still 30 minutes away but you can see how bare some trees are to this day.
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Chris Kattan Jun 18
While I was in Puerto Rico, a few families and a couple small business owners that were laid off shortly after all told me that their electricity can be turned on at any time, as long as they had enough cash to pay for it.
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