#HurricaneMaria

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Curious about where we've donated pairs to since our launch? Here's the list!
All throughout October, donations are being directed toward the victims of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. ❤️
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#smallbusinessesofig #businessesthatgiveback #disasterrelief #hurricanemaria #givetopuertorico #everybodydeservesundies


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I'm not crying, you're crying.
THANK YOU! I love you guys- we are going to be able to provide water filters and solar lights to 30+ families. In less than 24 hrs YOU my amazing beautiful community came through.
#boricuastrong #hurricanemaria #puertoricorelief

Smith & Pacific
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Grateful to have YOU. Thanks again for an amazing week. Stay tuned, we’ll see you in a few days. #posthurricane #rare125pr #rare125pr #puertoricoselevanta #hurricanemaria


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One week from today, it’ll be time to “SWEAT FOR PUERTO RICO,” a 3 hour sweat-fest charity event where all proceeds will go to the Roselyn Sanchez Foundation. (Link in bio) Will we see you there?! 👊🏻❤️ #charity #puertorico #hurricanemaria #hurricaneirma


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#puertorico before and after #hurricanemaria and #hurricaneirma


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Hey DC! Friday 10/27 at @elcaminodc it's ¡PA'LANTE! A fundraiser for Puerto Rico. 10% of bar proceeds go to charity and donations matched up to $500! Event link in bio. See you there!
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#prselevanta #prselevanta🇵🇷🇵🇷 #puertorico #hurricanemaria #thisisacrisis #hurricanerelief #dc #fundraiser #fundraising #charity #boricua #palante #wepa

El Camino DC
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My third day on the ship and I am already struggling with the lack of vegetarian food and quiet study space more than anything 🤦🏻‍♀️. Classes start tomorrow so I might have to move ashore in order to really focus this semester.
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I do think Ross is doing everything in their power to accommodate all of the students. The faculty and the whole Ross team has been busting their butts (day/night) to make this possible for us. I'm very thankful for the ability of finishing my studies, and I will continue to patiently wait for answers 😬. ✧✧✧✧✧✧✧
Also, I'm in love with my new home, what a beautiful island 💙. Thank you St.kitts for welcoming us!

St Kitts & Nevis
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Today’s winner of our Puerto Rico 🇵🇷 relief campaign for DC is Steven! See you at the @blackcatdc ! #puertorico #hurricanemaria https://www.gofundme.com/wolf-parade-for-puerto-rico

Black Cat DC
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Don't let this system make you forget the power of the sun or our power. Send solar 🌞 bulbs to CasaPueblo.org's #iluminarPRconelSol
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Apartado 704
Adjuntas PR 00601
#bombillassolar #powerofthesun #powertopeople #hurricanemaria #puertorico (📸 by Vanessa Serra)

Guaynabo, Puerto Rico
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The Tigers are up to something good 🇵🇷 #Repost @tigerheavies
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It’s official, #HOCR53 with the Princeton #TigerHeavies🐯 is here! Link to donate to our fundraising efforts for #OneP #PuertoRico relief is in our bio! Updates from the racing ahead to come.... #GoTigers #KATN #OneP #LinkInBio @hocr1965

Head Of The Charles Regatta
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#HurricaneMaria ripped apart daily life in #PuertoRico but it hasn’t brought a halt to the crime that has long plagued the poverty-stricken island.

In the hard-scrabble neighborhood of Rio Piedras, Jessica Rojas was at work this week making sandwiches at a #Subwayrestaurant — a cash-only operation because of the limited power supply — when two young gunmen dressed in black burst through the door demanding money. “Esto es un asalto,” one yelled. “This is a robbery!" Rojas alerted an off-duty cop working security in a back room. A gunfight erupted. Rojas cowered on the ground as one gunman was gravely wounded and the other escaped. Also wounded in the crossfire: a local prosecutor and his wife who happened to be dining inside.
“Things here are hot,” said Rojas, 42, a former Hollywood resident. “It’s not easy living without water and electricity, and it’s giving a lot of people [opportunity] to rob us. It’s getting worse. We need more police.”
More than a month after Hurricane Maria wrecked the island, Puerto Rico’s overwhelmed #police force of 13,000 officers is struggling to contain #crime, just as before — but now with longer shifts, against emboldened criminals and on streets cloaked in darkness. “It’s easier to burglarize — there’s no alarms, no phone systems. It’s dark. The delinquents are taking advantage of the crisis that Puerto Rico is in,” said Puerto Rico Police Officer Heriberto Soto, during a night patrol Tuesday that included calls for a robbery shooting, homeless men torching the outsides of stolen cables to steal the copper inside and and a high-speed car chase of suspected gunmen.

And the future for law enforcement on the island is bleak. The department has lost about 4,000 officers in the past five years and, because of the island’s economic crisis, cannot count on fresh recruits anytime soon. Hundreds of U.S. Army soldiers, outside law-enforcement officers and private security guards are helping — temporarily — but robberies, murders and drug dealing have resumed at levels that would seem outrageous in mainland states but are tragically normal here.
In the month since Maria ravaged the island, there have been no fewer than 34 murders.


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