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Bert Archer 10h
One of the reasons to visit the islands in the Caribbean is to realize, and then learn about, their identities beyond vacation spots. Puerto Rico, especially since and…
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NC For Sanders Jan 16
The gross mistreatment of our brothers and sisters in Puerto Rico in the wake of will forever be a blemish on our nation’s history. should tender his resignation immediately. This man is not & never has been fit for office. Utterly disgraceful.
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يقاوم Jan 15
The Dems & went to Puerto Rico to boost the economy and support the 3.7M American citizens. abandoned PR after & now wants to take disaster relief funds. PR is the home of Air Stations San Juan & Borinquen & (USOC) Fort Buchanan.
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KULTURA 2h
Over a year after , still faces community concerns. Award-winning Puerto Rican journalist and producer, , shares how allies can stay involved.
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Federico A. de Jesús Dec 27
Walking around in Condado- in SJ, - just now and the power just went off in the entire neighborhood. Hotels & some bldgs have generators but many others entirely blacked out. 1.5 yrs after . Estamos bien pero no pa’ tanto. !
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Glenn McGillivray 5h
Rebuilding a Barrio: led to a host of new plans to fix island barrios plagued by chronic . A look at the Vietnam neighborhood shows why they may never be achieved.
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Beauty for Ashes! 🕊 Jan 16
Does Anyone Even Respect the DEAD now a~days? , u went on The 5 today w a snarky remark of all those u hate vacationing in . Thank ur Lord ur body nor ur children nor husband nor ur entire family was floating out of a cementary when
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Alfredo Morabia 5h
: Causes of Excess Deaths in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria: a Time-Series estimation
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Jonathan Petramala Jan 16
Only 2 of these wild parrots survived in El Yunque 😥
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Kermeth Cuebas 🔺 5h
My amazing connection... More than a year after 🌀 and AT&T is still with these speeds charging full price...
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Javier Balmaceda Jan 17
President opposes disaster supplemental bill (HR 268), which includes an additional $600m for ’s Nutritional Assistance Program (NAP). Trump says additional NAP funds are “excessive and unnecessary.”
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Alexis Raúl Santos-Lozada Jan 8
The Governor of Puerto Rico insists on keeping a person who hid and manipulated information during and after . His name is and is, in part, responsible for the criminal activities being done in the island. He needs to be replaced!
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Jolene Cole Jan 15
Just watched the piece on performance in 🇵🇷...what do you say we take some of that $5.7 billion and take care of our fellow citizens electrical grid?
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Carmen Jenkins Jan 8
Another inspiring talk by at . Thank you for bringing the message of building resilience through .
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Cristobal Alex Jan 10
This shocks the conscience. ⁦⁩ & GOP are looking to devastate a 2nd time. They want to divert limited disaster funds provided after away from recovery & rebuilding toward his useless & racist border wall.
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Establishment News is Neoliberal Jan 18
It’s almost as if was never decimated by in your small mind.
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Christopher Jan 12
It’s time was made a state. It is terrible how was treated after .
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Tom Gillispie 18h
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Reality Worlds Jan 19
Backstabbers are the people who see fellow Americans dying without doing anything about it. Americans or anyone for that matter.
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Christopher Lewey Jan 18
Replying to @PressSec
True purpose of trip is to highlight ongoing recovery. Truly alarming is Trump’s ignorance and use of misinformation to try to stop relief aid to . Unacceptable handling by this Administration to a disaster resulting in the loss of thousands of lives.
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