Post Hurricane Collectives in Puerto Rico

When hurricane Maria hit the island of Puerto Rico, the devastation left locals without the most basic services. As the government failed to intervene and provide aid, grassroots collectives emerged and began to help each other. Jorge Diaz tells us more about the context in which this took place and how these autonomous collectives materialized while the state focused on criminalizing the survivors.

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