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A Manhattan City councilman is asking the Port Authority to open centers at city airports to help Puerto Ricans fleeing Hurricane Maria. [Read More]
They packed medicine and supplies, providing free health care to Puerto Ricans following Hurricane Maria's destruction. [Read More]
"This is in response to the person who is astonished that people here don't know that Puerto Ricans are citizens of the United States. What's... [Read More]
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Two families and a child have already relocated to Amherst from Puerto Rico since Hurricane Maria devastated the island.With more families expected to arrive in... [Read More]
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Read War Against All Puerto Ricans By Nelson A. Denis. Read it not to discover Puerto Rican history, but to learn what the United States... [Read More]
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A fundraiser for hurricane victims in Puerto Rico took place during the Latino Family Expo and Festival over the weekend. The gym floor at St.... [Read More]
Remote Area Medical will load up and head towards the western part of Puerto Rico, where Hurricane Maria hit the hardest. [Read More]
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The Humboldt Park Field House is preparing to welcome many Puerto Ricans who are desperate to leave the island. [Read More]
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Milagros Dávila and her husband Eddie Taveras didn't want to abandon their lives in Salinas, Puerto Rico. But after Hurricane Maria destroyed the island, they... [Read More]
New York City officials are bracing for tens of thousands of Puerto Ricans fleeing the devastation of Hurricane Maria. [Read More]
New York City officials are bracing for tens of thousands of Puerto Ricans fleeing the devastation of Hurricane Maria. [Read More]
As US President Donald Trump reflexively pats himself on the back, a private citizen has accomplished real-world results by orchestrating a massive food assistance program... [Read More]
Brevard County leaders said they've found no shelters available for people fleeing the hurricane-ravaged island... [Read More]
Several days after Hurricane Maria, residents are still struggling with no electricity in many neighborhoods. (Video by NY Times Syndicate) [Read More]
Joel Cotto and Jesús González picked up their fishing nets after a full day at a lake in Cidra, Puerto Rico, feeling good about their... [Read More]
Joel Cotto and Jesús González picked up their fishing nets after a full day at a lake in Cidra, Puerto Rico, feeling good about their... [Read More]
Our global editorial team of 46 journalists and 150 freelancers covers the world's under-reported stories at the heart of aid, development, women's rights, human trafficking,... [Read More]
There were only a few minutes left before baggage carousel No. 4 jolted to life at John F. Kennedy International Airport, soon to be ringed... [Read More]
With hearts full of faith and conviction, a small troop of local volunteers with ties to Puerto Rico, intent on sending relief to the island... [Read More]
Families have begun arriving in Lowell from storm-ravaged Puerto Rico, and officials and community organizations are working on how to best handle the expected influx. [Read More]
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