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San Juan, Puerto Rico: After the Storm

Season 2 Episode 203 | 26m 00s

In San Juan, Puerto Rico, Earl Bridges and Craig Martin explore the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, which devastated the island. They meet with Iván “Pudge” Rodriguez, a Baseball Hall of Famer who helped the community through the baseball franchise, and his coffee farm. They visit an environmental organization which supports the town through its farms, radio station, medical labs, and solar cinema.

Aired: 01/06/22
Distributed nationally by American Public Television
Extras
Venture to an urban “peace garden,” and explore conservation and social justice.
A trip to the National Museum of African American Music and the iconic Parthenon.
Jewish, Gullah and LGBTQ+ activists’ influence on Charleston’s history, arts and culture.
A glimpse of Northern Iraq’s cultural and religiously pluralistic past.
Money may be the root of all evil, but it can do a lot of good too.
Explore the heart of USVI culture as they turn their vulnerabilities into strengths.
Kurdish Christians and extremist Islamists participate together in a play about conflict.
Scuba diving scientists study the lungs of our planet and the threat of coral disease.
Discover Music City’s true history through Jefferson St. before it was erased by I-40.
We learn about the critical role of Space Force at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station.
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A trip to the National Museum of African American Music and the iconic Parthenon.
Jewish, Gullah and LGBTQ+ activists’ influence on Charleston’s history, arts and culture.
Money may be the root of all evil, but it can do a lot of good too.
Explore the heart of USVI culture as they turn their vulnerabilities into strengths.
Scuba diving scientists study the lungs of our planet and the threat of coral disease.
Kurdish Christians and extremist Islamists participate together in a play about conflict.
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