Amira Odeh is a geographer and water resource specialist from Puerto Rico. She is an environmental activist and has worked to reduce plastic pollution, train people into becoming organizers and is helping to reforest Puerto Rico after the hurricanes of 2017. She is an organizer for 350.org's Fossil Free campaign.
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Tuesday, September 25, 2018
Puerto Rico One Year Later: We’re Fighting for Justice and Prosperity
One year ago, I lived the scariest day of my life. As the wind blew I could hear things falling and breaking outside. The walls of my (concrete-built) home were vibrating and water was coming in through every single window and door. At the moment I could only think of how to prepare for the worst...