The Death Count in Puerto Rico After Hurricane María: What’s Really Missing

Jun 10, 2018
7:30 PM

The latest Latino Rebels Radio is out.

With news of a Harvard School of Public Health study estimating that there were close to 5,000 excess deaths in Puerto Rico after Hurricane María, we wanted to talk with Alexis Santos Lozada, a Penn State assistant professor who was one of the first researchers to explore the death count last year, months before the Harvard study.

What are the bigger questions and what are we missing about this story?