Protesters rally against foreclosures on Puerto Rican families affected by Hurricane Maria, outside the offices of TPG Capital, Dec. 20, 2017 in New York City. The activists claims that TPG Capital's mortgage service companies are aggressively foreclosing on families in Puerto Rico after many people were displaced from their homes following Hurricane Maria.
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Charters transform New Orleans schools, and teachers

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How independent businesses kept New Orleans afloat

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A small credit union brings Hope to New Orleans

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