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

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

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

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

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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.

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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.”

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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?”.
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