A Puerto Rican on the mainland: What you can learn from a disaster (when you are lucky not to…
Tischa A. Munoz-Erickson

Thank you for sharing your story Tischa. It’s very helpful to hear first hand from someone affected by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. It can be difficult with just the news to understand how much this is changing people’s daily lives and the future they envision for themselves. You’ve mentioned before that Puerto Ricans are in some ways storm-resilient because they face hurricanes more than main-landers. However, it seems this storm was much worse and even the island’s normal resilience was overtaken.

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