Thinking of the day Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico
The images are vivid.
Today, marks a year that Puerto Rico went under dark — no electricity, food or communication. Puerto Rico became a graveyard and a political nightmare. Over 3,000 Americans died.
I remember this day clearly, fear entered in my heart not knowing the wellbeing of my family and friends.
A year after, the people of Puerto Rico are trying to make sense how come the federal government continues to neglect them and ignore their cry for help – kids and the sick are going without food and proper care. The trauma and financial hardship is real.
This is genocide.
Drumpf and his administration do not care.
This is what happens when an Island is colonized for years and exploited for its natural resources.
The People of Puerto Rico are strong and resilient.
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