LaTonya Yvette was stuck at home in Brooklyn with her two children for months when the pandemic hit in 2020, leaving her an exhausted single mother. “Everyone was leaving town. Everyone had somewhere else to go except us. There were so many people who looked like me who were in town with nowhere to go,” she recalls.
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