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A painting of an artwork depicting the Puerto Rican flag flying above Division Street in Humboldt Park
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After The Storm: Stories About Settling In Chicago After Hurricane Maria

After Hurricane Maria left much of Puerto Rico flooded and without power in late September, thousands fled the country. About 1,600 Puerto Ricans have arrived in Chicago on humanitarian flights, according to the city. Many others have relocated here on their own. These three stories explore how the newcomers are making a home — and the challenges they face — in the city’s large Puerto Rican community.

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