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Starting over: Life in the midstate after Hurricane Maria

Puerto Rico Migration

Photo by Tom Downing/WITF

The flags of Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and the United States hang in the window of the Latino Hispanic American Community Center in Harrisburg.

Last September, Hurricane Maria devastated the island of Puerto Rico. The disaster sent thousands of people to the U.S. mainland in search of relief, and many have settled in the midstate.

Six months after the storm, WITF will examine how the transition for those families has been playing out.

Check back for updates as the series unfolds.


Puerto Rico Migration Stories

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