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Mural seen on Calle Calma neighborhood walking tour of the 5th Bomba Research Conference.

Puerto Rican flag painted on the door of an abandoned and destroyed structure in Adjuntas.

Mural of a jíbaro on the ruins of a structure in Adjuntas, Puerto Rico.

Mural of a jíbaro and door painted as a Puerto Rican flag, on a destroyed and abandoned structure.

Mural on one of the buildings in the yard of Casa Pueblo. The organization is dedicated to ecology and education, as well as committed to culture and the arts.

In the Old San Juan, someone had painted a Puerto Rican flag onto the roots of an uprooted tree along the waterfront.

The Puerto Rican flag appeared on many murals and pieces of street art seed throughout the one week trip Raíces made in January 2018, four months after Hurricane Maria.

Mural in San Juan, Puerto Rico that reads “La Lucha continúa…NO a la Junta de Control Fiscal!”, meaning “The struggle continues…NO to the fiscal control oversight board.”

Mural along Rt 2 in Toa Alta that reads “Un árbol es tan fuerte como sus RAÍCES…Yo sé, donde estan las mias…Y TÚ???”, meaning “A tree is as strong as its roots. I know where my roots are…do you?”.

Mural of a jíbaro, or farmer from the mountains on the ruins of building.

Mural on a wall at C.O.P.I. (Corporación Piñones se Integra) C.O.P.I. is a 501 c 3 non profit organization founded by sociologist Maricruz Rivera Clemente.
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