Parte 1

(Sección 7A)

La tormenta

La tormenta como experiencia vivida

 

Caitlin Dickerson and Luis Ferré-Sadurní, “‘Like Going Back in Time’: Puerto Ricans Put Survival Skills to Use,” The New York Times 24 octubre 2017.

Molly Hennessy-Fiske, “In one Puerto Rico mountain town, a wall of mud came crashing down,” LA Times, 24 septiembre 2017.

Ruth “Tata” Santiago, “Dispatch From the Frontlines of Puerto Rico in a Post-María World,” Latino Rebels, 9 octubre 2017.

San Juan mayor: ‘There is horror in the streets,’” The Washington Post, 23 septiembre 2017.

Evelyn Milagros Rodríguez, “I’m a librarian in Puerto Rico, and this is my Hurricane Maria survival story,” The Conversation, 26 octubre 2017.

MAPA: El paso exacto de María

La oscuridad, la desconexión

 

Frances Robles, Lizette Álvarez and Mary Williams Walsh, “Facing Months in the Dark, Ordinary Life in Puerto Rico is ‘Beyond Reach’,” The New York Times, 22 septiembre 2017.

Richard Fausset, Frances Robles, and Deborah Acosta, “Minus Electrical Grid, Puerto Rico Becomes Generator Island,” The New York Times, 7 octubre 2017.

Yochi Dreazen, “Darkness: life in Puerto Rico without electricity,” Vox, 24 octubre 2017.

Umair Irfan, “Hurricane Maria has now caused the longest blackout in US history,” Vox, 30 octubre 2017.

Catalina M. de Onís, “For Many in Puerto Rico, ‘energy dominance’ is just a new name for US colonialism,” The Conversation, 21 agosto 2017.

MULTIMEDIA: Arelis R. Hernández, Whitney Leaming and Zoeann Murphy “Sin Luz: Life Without Power,” Washington Post,  14 diciembre 2017  VERSION ESPAÑOL

Rachel Becker “Trying to communicate after the hurrricane: “It’s as if Puerto Rico doesn’t exist” The Verge.com 29 septiembre 2017.

Katie Zezima, “‘I just need my mother’: The frantic quest to contact loved ones in Puerto Rico,” The Washington Post, 22 septiembre 2017.

CANCIÓN: Joseph Fonseca, «La Planta Nueva (Navidad Boricua)» YouTube 19 noeviembre 2017

VIDEO: «Puerto Rico: La isla incomunicada» YouTube Univision Noticias 28 septiembre 2017.

La escasez

 

Associated Press, “In Puerto Rico post-Maria, a new shortage: Cash,” CBS News, 28 septiembre 2017.

Pablo Venes, “Starving Puerto Rican Towns Sharing Food, Eating Plants, and Waiting for FEMA,” Daily Beast, 10 octubre 2017.

Amanda Holpuch, “Life or death as Puerto Rico’s older people go without essentials,” The Guardian, 3 octubre 2017.

Caitlin Dickerson, “Finding Water in Puerto Rico: An Endless Game of Cat and Mouse,” The New York Times, 12 octubre 2017.

Redacción Digital NotiUno. “FEMA justifica decomiso de miles de botellas de agua,” NotiUno, 30 julio 2019.

Molly Hennessy-Fiske, “She was covered in insects and unable to walk: Doctors in Puerto Rico only now discovering the problems in remote towns,” LA Times, 6 octubre 2017.

Richard Wolffe, “Puerto Rico: US officials privately acknowledge serious food shortage,” The Guardian, 11 octubre 2017.

VIDEO: “Ancianos relatan sus vivencias después de María,” Noticel, 11 noviembre 2017.

La toxicidad

 

Vann R. Newkirk, “Puerto Rico’s Environmental Catastrophe,” The Atlantic, 18 octubre 2017.

Emily Atkin, “Puerto Rico Is Already an Environmental Tragedy. Hurricane Maria Will Make It Even Worse.,” The New Republic, 19 septiembre 2017.

Alexa S. Dietrich, Adriana María Garriga-López and Claudia Sofía Garriga-López, “Hurricane Maria Exposes Puerto Rico’s Stark Environmental and Health Inequalities,” Items: Insights From the Social Sciences, 3 octubre 2017.

AES no tapó cenizas ante paso de huracán María,” Radio Isla, 22 septiembre 2017.

Coco McCabe, “Mold is blanketing Puerto Rico making it difficult for many to breathe,” Daily Kos, 31, octubre 2017.

Julia Belluz “The unrelenting crisis in Puerto Rico is forcing people to drink dirty water,” Vox, 18 octubre 2017.

Damaris Suárez “Agencias de gobierno no actúan ante peligros que conllevan los generadores eléctricos,” Centro de Periodismo Investigativo, 13 noviembre 2017.

Crisis de salud

 

Frances Robles “Puerto Rico’s Health Care Is in Dire Condition, Three Weeks After Maria,” New York Times, 10 octubre 2017.

Vann R Newkirk II, “Puerto Rico’s Dire Health-Care Crisis” The Atlantic, 29 octubre 2017.

Eleanor Cummins and Aaron Mak, “In Puerto Rico, Surgery by Flashlight Is Just the Beginning,” Slate, 23 octubre 2017.

Omaya Sosa Pascual and Jennifer Wiscovitch Padilla, “Caos en los hospitales ‘operacionales,’” Centro de Periodismo Investigativo, 9 octubre 2017. ENGLISH VERSION

Jennifer Bendery, “These Volunteer Nurses In Puerto Rico Fear FEMA Is Failing,” The Huffington Post, 13 octubre 2017.

Ana Campoy “Puerto Rico is becoming a textbook example of how waterborne disease outbreaks spread,” Quartz, 20 octubre 2017.

Rebecca Buckwalter-Poza, “Life and Death in Puerto Rico,” Pacific Standard, 3 octubre 2017.

La huida y el desplazamiento

 

Jack Healy and Luis Ferré, “For Many on Puerto Rico, the Most Coveted Item is a Plane Ticket Out,” The New York Times, 5 octubre 2017. (En español: ‘Todos se van’: el éxodo que amenaza la reconstrucción de Puerto Rico)

Yarimar Bonilla, “How the U.S. will replace immigrant workers with Puerto Ricans” Washington Post 19 enero 2017.

Anthony Faiola, Samantha Schmidt, Marc Fisher,  “Should they go back?,” The Washington Post, 30 septiembre 2017.

Benjamín Torres Gotay, “Se van con el corazón roto,” Primera Hora, 5 octubre 2017.

Damaris Suárez, “‘Ya estiré el chicle hasta donde puedo: Me voy de Puerto Rico,’” NotiCel, 5 noviembre 2017.

Yaritza Rivera Clemente, “Éxodo de estudiantes a EE.UU.,” El Vocero, 5 noviembre 2017.

Edwin Meléndez and Jennifer Hinojosa, “Estimates of Post-Hurricane Maria Exodus from Puerto Rico,” Center for Puerto Rican Studies, octubre 2017.

Joe Light, “HUD Explores Temporarily Housing Puerto Ricans on U.S. Mainland,” Bloomberg, 29 octubre 2017.

Jhoni Jackson, “Puerto Ricans on the Heartbreak of Leaving Post-Maria: ‘I feel like I’m being kicked out of my home,’” Remezcla, 27 octubre 2017.

Chico Harlan “U.S. companies see opportunity in exodus from storm-ravaged Puerto Rico” Washington Post, 1 enero 2018.

John D Sutter. “130,000 left Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria, Census Bureau says,” CNN, 19 diciembre 2018.

Todd Heisler “Added to the Storm’s Toll, Guilt and Heartache for Puerto Ricans Who Fled” New York Times, 26 noviembre 2017.

John D. Sutter, “Motel Misery: Hundred fled Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico only to end up functionally homeless in Florida,” CNN, 20 abril 2018.

Arelis R. Hernández, “Thousands of Puerto Ricans displaced by Hurricane Maria could be forced out of their temporary homes,” The Independent, 12 agosto 2018.

El trauma

 

Caitlin Dickerson “After Hurricane, Signs of a Mental Health Crisis Haunt Puerto Rico” New York Times, 13 noviembre 2017.

Carmen Heredia Rodríguez, “Hurricane Maria’s legacy: Thousands of Puerto Rican students show PTSD symptoms,” PBS. 27 abril 2019.

Ed Morales, “In Puerto Rico, Disconnection and Chaos, but Grace Under Pressure,” 13 octubre 2017.

Marga Parés Arroyo, “Suben los suicidios,” El Nuevo Día, 3 octubre 2017.

April Ruiz, “My uncle survived Hurricane Maria. Despair over its devastation killed him.,” The Washington Post, 6 octubre 2017.

Sicólogos advierten sobre cantidad alarmante de suicidios,” NotiCel, 1 noviembre 2017.

Amanda Holpuch, “Despair and Anxiety: Puerto Rico’s ‘Living Emergency’ as Mental Health Crisis Unfolds,” The Guardian, 7 agosto 2018.

Rebecca Renner, “The deadliest period of a hurricane? After it’s over,” The Washington Post, 12 septiembre 2017.