Puerto Rico, Two Years after Hurricane María by Voice of Witness published on 2019-09-23T21:01:08Z On September 20, 2017, Hurricane María made landfall on Puerto Rico. Today, survivors of the storm are still healing. Dr. Ricia Chansky of the University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez and over 100 of her students are currently collecting stories of survivors from across the island. "Mí María: Puerto Rico After the Hurricane" will be published as part of the Voice of Witness book series in 2021, accompanied by an international traveling and digital exhibition. On the second anniversary of María, Voice of Witness spoke to Dr. Chansky and her students, Brenda, Kiara, and Bryan, about the continuing effects of the hurricane, the experience of interviewing other survivors, and the power of the "Mí María" project.