With Puerto Rico’s electrical grid destroyed by Hurricane Maria on Sept. 20, the U.S. territory’s 3.4 million people are lacking the electricity required for critical needs such as water and refrigeration for food.
We can be certain that natural disasters will continue to happen.We have taken some steps to prepare for these by tightening our building codes. Nevertheless, we seem to be unwilling to invest in our crumbling infrastructure.
A group of Baptist leaders in Puerto Rico has issued a statement saying they will not be supporting a rally to be held by the Rev. Franklin Graham due to Graham’s stance on immigration and his support for President Trump’s travel ban.