Tag: Natural Disasters

Puerto Rico to Close 283 Public Schools, Teachers Condemn Decision | Colorlines The news comes two weeks after Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Roselló signed a bill to implement a charter school and voucher program.">Puerto Rico to Close 283 Public Schools, Teachers Condemn Decision | Colorlines The news comes two weeks after Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Roselló signed a bill to implement a charter school and voucher program.

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The news comes two weeks after Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Roselló signed a bill to implement a charter school and voucher program.
Puerto Rico to Close 283 Public Schools, Teachers Condemn Decision | Colorlines The news comes two weeks after Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Roselló signed a bill to implement a charter school and voucher program." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

The night Barbuda died: how Hurricane Irma created a Caribbean ghost town | The Guardian Two and a half months after Barbuda was battered by 185mph winds, the island remains ruined and largely uninhabitated. Now locals are questioning if people will ever return">The night Barbuda died: how Hurricane Irma created a Caribbean ghost town | The Guardian Two and a half months after Barbuda was battered by 185mph winds, the island remains ruined and largely uninhabitated. Now locals are questioning if people will ever return

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Two and a half months after Barbuda was battered by 185mph winds, the island remains ruined and largely uninhabitated. Now locals are questioning if people will ever return
The night Barbuda died: how Hurricane Irma created a Caribbean ghost town | The Guardian Two and a half months after Barbuda was battered by 185mph winds, the island remains ruined and largely uninhabitated. Now locals are questioning if people will ever return" class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

The Caribbean is being killed: Time to fight back | San Francisco Bay View A while back, people might have argued that this was a statement of journalistic exaggeration, a way to grab the reader’s attention by fear mongering, but today it is an unfortunate statement of fact when one looks around the region.">The Caribbean is being killed: Time to fight back | San Francisco Bay View A while back, people might have argued that this was a statement of journalistic exaggeration, a way to grab the reader’s attention by fear mongering, but today it is an unfortunate statement of fact when one looks around the region.

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A while back, people might have argued that this was a statement of journalistic exaggeration, a way to grab the reader’s attention by fear mongering, but today it is an unfortunate statement of fact when one looks around the region.
The Caribbean is being killed: Time to fight back | San Francisco Bay View A while back, people might have argued that this was a statement of journalistic exaggeration, a way to grab the reader’s attention by fear mongering, but today it is an unfortunate statement of fact when one looks around the region." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

In a Puerto Rican Town, ‘Water Came Out of Nowhere’ | The New York Times Iris Rodriguez, 55, who lost her house, has not yet found her daughter and two grandchildren. Their family home was in one of the neighborhoods left 15 feet underwater, Ms. Rodriguez said.">In a Puerto Rican Town, ‘Water Came Out of Nowhere’ | The New York Times Iris Rodriguez, 55, who lost her house, has not yet found her daughter and two grandchildren. Their family home was in one of the neighborhoods left 15 feet underwater, Ms. Rodriguez said.

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Iris Rodriguez, 55, who lost her house, has not yet found her daughter and two grandchildren. Their family home was in one of the neighborhoods left 15 feet underwater, Ms. Rodriguez said.
In a Puerto Rican Town, ‘Water Came Out of Nowhere’ | The New York Times Iris Rodriguez, 55, who lost her house, has not yet found her daughter and two grandchildren. Their family home was in one of the neighborhoods left 15 feet underwater, Ms. Rodriguez said." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Life After the Storm: Children Who Survived Katrina Offer Lessons | The New York Times Although “trauma” can mean many things, and is generally considered destructive, its demands can force people to learn what their abilities are and which are most useful when all seems lost.">Life After the Storm: Children Who Survived Katrina Offer Lessons | The New York Times Although “trauma” can mean many things, and is generally considered destructive, its demands can force people to learn what their abilities are and which are most useful when all seems lost.

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Although “trauma” can mean many things, and is generally considered destructive, its demands can force people to learn what their abilities are and which are most useful when all seems lost.
Life After the Storm: Children Who Survived Katrina Offer Lessons | The New York Times Although “trauma” can mean many things, and is generally considered destructive, its demands can force people to learn what their abilities are and which are most useful when all seems lost." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More