Camp Noah, run by St. Luke’s Lutheran Church, aims to help 50 children displaced by Hurricanes Irma and Maria heal from their trauma while having fun.
Bad Bunny made waves with his first live concert during the Coronavirus pandemic on a flatbed truck touring the Big Apple.
The agency's internal report details what went wrong in how FEMA responded to Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.
Philly-based PRWT worked on the ground to make the recovery from Hurricane Maria a little easier for Puerto Ricans in the town of Guayama.
To avoid another death toll undercount as dramatic as what multiple studies are showing has happened in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria, three Democratic representatives have introduced legislation to put in place more accurate measurements for future disasters.
La Borinqueña, Wonder Woman y otros superhéroes forman parte la nueva antología de cómics producida por Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez para animar a los residentes de Puerto Rico.
Nasheli Juliana, Puerto Rican fashion designer and chair of the fashion department at Moore College of Art & Design, is working to change the lay of the land in the fashion world and beyond, centering design on sustainability, collective change, and power.
La diseñadora puertorriqueña y presidenta del departamento de Moda de Moore College of Art & Design, Nasheli Juliana, trabaja para transformar el mundo de la moda apostando por la sostenibilidad, el cambio colectivo y el poder.
La Borinqueña, Wonder Woman, and a host of other superheroes join together to uplift Puerto Rico in Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez’s new comic anthology, “Ricanstruction: Reminiscing and Rebuilding Puerto Rico.”
A Harvard study, released Tuesday, estimated that 4,645 Puerto Ricans died due to Hurricane Maria from Sept. 20 — Dec. 31, 2017.
On Wednesday, Kenney joined several other mayors of mainland U.S. cities to meet and talk with mayors of Puerto Rican cities to discuss continued recovery and resilience efforts on the island.
As an educator and innovator in the world of design and an advocate for her native Puerto Rico, Nasheli Juliana Ortiz-González shared her knowledge and personal story of purpose and success in the fashion world.
More than six months after Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico, tens of thousands of the island's residents remain without electricity.
Es evidente que Puerto Rico tendrá que llevar a cabo su recuperación sin la ayuda del gobierno federal.
It's clear Puerto Rico is going to have to recover without help from the federal government.
A conference at Rutgers-Camden University on Friday highlighted the difficulties, discrimination faced by Puerto Rico in Maria recovery efforts.
Leaders of the new Philadelphia chapter of American Airlines' Latin Diversity Network step up in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria to organize relief efforts and build cultural bridges.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency hired a company to bring 30 million meals to Puerto Rico, of which only 50,000 arrived.
La Federal Emergency Management Agency contrató a una empresa para llevar 30 millones de comidas a Puerto Rico, de las cuales sólo 50.000 llegaron.
Esperanza College will host a pop-up pro bono legal clinic to help Hurricane Maria evacuees on Jan. 20.
Raúl Berríos is a Puerto Rican musician and cultural promoter. He and his son Asaf were among the first to arrive in Philadelphia after Hurricane Maria passed through the island on September 20. Today, they’re going door-to-door trying to rebuild their lives in a city that both welcomes and intimidates them.
Raúl Berríos es un músico y promotor cultural de Puerto Rico. Él y su hijo Asaf fueron de los primeros puertorriqueños que llegaron a Filadelfia tras el paso del huracán María por la isla el pasado 20 de septiembre. Hoy ambos tocan puertas para reconstruir sus vidas en una ciudad que los acoge y los intimida.
Líderes políticos puertorriqueños enviaron una carta a la delegación de Pensilvania en el Congreso solicitando medidas legislativas que faciliten la reconstrucción de la isla.
Raúl Berríos is a musician and cultural promoter of Puerto Rico. He and his son were among the first Puerto Ricans to arrive in Philadelphia after the destructive passage of Hurricane Maria on the island last September 20.
Raúl Berríos es un músico y promotor cultural de Puerto Rico. Él y su hijo fueron de los primeros puertorriqueños que llegaron a Filadelfia tras el paso destructor del huracán María por la isla el pasado 20 de septiembre.
The Daily Pennsylvanian, a media made up of students from the University of Pennsylvania, wants its Alma Mater to stand in solidarity with the victims of Hurricane Maria.