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To mark the six-month anniversary of Hurricane Maria’s devastating landfall, the Village Voice is embarking on a week of coverage investigating how Puerto Ricans are navigating the fallout from the storm, both on the island and on the mainland.
Puerto Rican Evacuees Face New York Housing Crisis: FEMA aid is running out for families fleeing the devastation left by Hurricane Maria (by Emma Whitford)
Six Months Later, Tourists Haven’t Returned to Puerto Rico: Puerto Rico is attracting barely half as many visitors since Hurricane Maria (by Istra Pacheco)
The New York Roots of the Puerto Rican Fiscal Crisis: The oversight board deciding the island’s future can trace its ancestry back to the city’s 1970s woes (by Aaron Gordon)