Interview 079 with Osumanu Adamu

Black America and Covid by Sonja J Killebrew

Episode notes
Listen to Bronx native Osumanu Adamu share about living and working in New York City during the Covid-19 pandemic. He worked in-person from June 2020 until he caught the coronavirus at the end of 2020. He endured it for three months. When he finally recovered he went back to working in-person in 2021. He still works for his employer, which paid him while he was out sick for three months. He talks about what life was like working in-person and returning to college in-person during as the pandemic slowly ended.