Chicagoans Mobilize To Help Puerto Rico Recover From Earthquakes

A cyclist rides past a destroyed building in Guanica, Puerto Rico. The island was hit by a series of earthquakes over the past couple of weeks, leading to a state of emergency, power outages and millions of dollars of damage.
A cyclist rides past a destroyed building in Guanica, Puerto Rico. The island was hit by a series of earthquakes over the past couple of weeks, leading to a state of emergency, power outages and millions of dollars of damage.
A cyclist rides past a destroyed building in Guanica, Puerto Rico. The island was hit by a series of earthquakes over the past couple of weeks, leading to a state of emergency, power outages and millions of dollars of damage.
A cyclist rides past a destroyed building in Guanica, Puerto Rico. The island was hit by a series of earthquakes over the past couple of weeks, leading to a state of emergency, power outages and millions of dollars of damage.

Chicagoans Mobilize To Help Puerto Rico Recover From Earthquakes

Arguably, no part of our hemisphere has recently suffered more than the Caribbean. Matters in Puerto Rico are now much worse from a 5.2 magnitude earthquake that hit the island on Friday, just days after its largest earthquake on record struck on Tuesday.

Reset checks in with a local group that has been aiding in Puerto Rico’s recovery since Hurricane Maria leveled the island in 2017.

GUEST: Cristina Pacione-Zayas, co-chair of the Puerto Rican Agenda