IN THE NEWS: BLACK GRANDMOTHER TALKS ABOUT LIFE AFTER SURVIVING CORONAVIRUS
Crosscut writer Dorothy Edwards and founder of Women United Alesia Cannady talk in this piece about how Seattle grandmother Sadie Pimpleton was hospitalized with COVID-19 for five days. Sadie says she saw the end. She’s now back home catching up with her grandkids and helping others by making masks for others to protect themselves from the highly contagious virus.
Watch the compelling interview with Sadie here:
By Dorothy Edwards, Cross Cut
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