Puerto Rico is still struggling to recover after Hurricane Maria made landfall two months ago. By the latest count, the power gird is operating at 50 percent capacity, one in ten residents are without running water and at least 2,000 citizens are homeless. Since the disaster, over 139,000 have fled to Florida, causing a brain drain. What does the future look like for the island? Evelyn Mejil, organizer of this weekend’s Unity March for Puerto Rico in Washington, D.C., joins Soledad O’Brien to discuss Puerto Rico’s future, how Puerto Rico is like a third world country and the dangerous possibilities of the brain drain.

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