Puerto Rico historically has been an island of economic opportunities and strong communities. Encumbered by $73 billion in debt, and recuperating from widespread destruction of Hurricane Maria, its social institutions and infrastructure have crumbled. The island’s worsening crisis is not fully understood in the continental United States. Misunderstood by many, our fellow U.S. citizens need our support in their time of need. This project sought to tell the stories of several Puerto Ricans located all around the island, who are fighting to survive, despite the odds, three months after the devastation of the hurricane. As of September 2018, most of these citizens have power with the exception of one.