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Episode 29

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On Tuesday, September 19, 2017, a magnitude 7.1 earthquake devastated Mexico. At press time, there are reports of 363 deaths and significant damage in more than five Mexican states. In this episode, we take a trip through a Mexico City neighborhood, one of the areas most affected by the quake, where thousands of people have come together to aid in the recovery. It’s a story that shows how fragile we are, and at the same time, how strong.

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