New York City groups are helping to bring Puerto Rico out of the dark

Hurricane Maria knocked out the power in Puerto Rico and destroyed thousands of homes, but residents have shown resilience with the help of climate justice activists providing them with the necessities they need to survive.

El Puente, a Latino organization based in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, that focuses on social justice, education and climate change issues, has raised enough money to purchase thousands of lanterns — which Puerto Ricans on the island view as a glimmer of hope to help guide them through the dark. 

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