There are still supplies in Puerto Rico that haven’t been distributed.
Via Orlando Weekly:
A year after the catastrophic storm, Hurricane María survivors and advocates plan to stage a protest at President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach to mourn the victims of the disaster and demand justice for Puerto Rico.
Organizers estimate thousands of people from Puerto Rican and Latino groups, faith leaders and progressive allies around Florida will travel in buses and vehicles forming a caravana from Broward County to Mar-a-Lago on Saturday, Sept. 22 starting at noon. The route and registration for the caravana is here.
Later, a rally and a vigil for victims will be held starting at 3 p.m. at the Meyer Amphitheatre at 105 Evernia St., West Palm Beach. You can register for that event here.
“Nearly one year ago, Hurricane María ravaged Puerto Rico,” states Alianza for Progress, a group organizing the event with Power 4 Puerto Rico. “The storm left almost the entire island without food, electricity or clean water. … Since then, hurricane survivors have also become victims of government inefficiency, discrimination and neglect.”