Want better video quality? Sign in to access HD streaming!

×

Want to watch better-quality PBS Video? Sign in to access HD streaming!

When you sign in, you'll become a PBS Insider and we'll share your contact information with your local PBS station. You may receive updates to help you stay connected with what's happening online and in your community. Privacy Policy

PBS NEWSHOUR

Traumatized Puerto Ricans see uncertain, insecure future

  • Aired: 01/12/2018
  • 04:51
  • Rating: NR
It’s been nearly four months since Puerto Rico was ravaged by Hurricane Maria, and the return to normalcy has been hindered by a painfully slow recovery. Jeffrey Brown talks to special correspondent Monica Villamizar for an update on how residents are coping amid rising crime rates, dwindling school enrollment and devastated infrastructure and natural resources.
Embed Options
Close ×
Traumatized Puerto Ricans see uncertain, insecure future
Traumatized Puerto Ricans see uncertain, insecure future
Puerto Rico's return to normalcy has been hindered by a painfully slow recovery.
Width:
Height:
Please copy this text to your clipboard.
Problems Playing Video ?
Major corporate funding for the PBS NewsHour is provided by BNSF and Consumer Cellular. Funding for the PBS NewsHour Weekend is provided by Mutual of America. For a complete list of funders for the PBS NewsHour and PBS NewsHour weekend, click here.
PBS Anywhere - funder area
Related Links:

PBS KIDS

Watch videos from your favorite PBS KIDS shows with the PBS KIDS Video app for your tablet or phone.

Masterpiece Collection

Own it now! Victoria, Poldark, Downton Abbey on DVD & Blu-ray. Visit ShopPBS.

Donate

WNMU-TV Public TV 13 helps all of us explore new worlds and ideas. Give Now

AugustLightbox