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Dreaming With Our Hands: On Autonomy, In(ter)dependence, and the Regaining of the Commons

January 9th, 2018|

"It was like an atomic bomb went off" a local Boricua, as people born in Puerto Rico are often called, is saying about the view of the mountains the day after Maria passed. "Every branch, [...]

2017 Reflection: Unafraid of Ruins

December 27th, 2017|

2017 has been a busy year for us. We saw unprecedented disasters, both climate related and political. The storms are increasing in intensity and frequency, but so is our diverse movement’s power from below, our [...]

Puerto Rico’s DIY Disaster Relief

November 24th, 2017|

A woman relaxes in the Centro de Apoyo Mutuo in Caguas, which feeds hundreds of people every day. The black and white Puerto Rican flag behind her symbolizes opposition to US-government imposed austerity.In the first [...]

Jayuya: Remembering the Past, Demanding a Future

October 30th, 2017|

Mutual Aid Disaster Relief is a movement decentralized throughout civil society linking and contextualizing the intersectional struggles of climate/social/environmental and economic justice, rooted and steeped in a power-from-below solidarity not charity ethos. Throughout 2016/2017, Mutual [...]

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