Life as a refugee in San Diego was challenging enough. Then the pandemic hit

SAN DIEGO — Famo Musa remembers the beginning of the pandemic as chaos. It wasn’t just adapting to the online versions of her University of California, San Diego classes, where she had recently transferred from community college, or figuring out how to support her two children, ages 10 and 7, in their virtual classrooms. It wasn’t just juggling one job with school and then eventually two as she took on extra work to support family members who became unemployed because of the lockdown. And it wasn’t just fighting for a decent internet connection for work meetings and for class while her childre…

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HEDGE accordingly