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Data Hub Cafecito: Hurricane Maria through an intersectional lens

Data Hub Cafecito: Hurricane Maria through an intersectional lens

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Event Organizer: Center for Puerto Rican Studies

Cost:Free

Put on the greca and get comfortable for our first installment of the Data Hub coffee hour on Wednesday, September 22nd, at 2 PM EST! Jennifer Hinojosa (research director ), Damayra Figureoa-Lazu, & Jorge Soldevila (research assistants) will highlight the impact of Puerto Rico's elderly and disabled populations for the 4 year Anniversary of Hurricane Maria. Our data lab team will also guide you through our interactive report that contains visualization and web mapping tools of the intersectionality of the impact of Hurricane Maria and vulnerable communities at the county and barrio level. Join us for an in-depth conversation and analysis via Zoom.

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