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Confronting the Emotional Toll of Hurricane Irrma

The word “hurricane” is rich with symbolism that evolves from indigenous Caribbean mythology and even deeper roots in Mayan culture. There are various accounts about the origin of the word, but most agree that Spanish explorers in the 16th century spelled it phonetically as juracán, the word Taíno natives used...
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