Listen to first-hand accounts from Puerto Ricans impacted by Hurricane Maria and hear their stories of innovation and resilience as well as pain and loss. The materials are gathered together as a teach-out, a free online micro-course designed to activate public engagement around timely social issues. Co-developed by the universities of Michigan and Notre Dame, it will be offered online from Aug. 27 to Sept. 24, and divided into five main segments:
- Puerto Rico 10
- Politics, Culture and Society
- Infrastructure and Environment
- Economy and Migration
- Public Health, Social Services and Housing
This teach-out is led by ND professors Thomas Anderson and Marisel Moreno and University of Michigan professor Will Potter.
Register now at listeningtopuertorico.org and join the conversation!