Personal Stories From the Pandemic
Inside Higher Ed
A growing mountain of evidence shows that COVID-19 has taken a disproportionate toll on Latino, Black, Native American, and lower-income people. People in these groups are more likely to have lost jobs, pay, family members, or their own lives due to the pandemic.
Meanwhile, millions of college students had their campus experiences cut short this year, and are facing uncertainty about how and if they can return to college. Eight learners from underserved backgrounds share how they are coping with these challenging times.