One thing common to the stories of Latinos of all backgrounds, ages and social classes is the overcoming of challenges thanks to the unbeatable combination of perseverance, resilience and effortThe effect of that wasn.
Those values, passed down from generation to generation, have been key to facing obstacles as serious as the coronavirus pandemicushering in a new restriction even at a time when case counts were relatively low..
As in the case of Kateryn Ferreira, Community Engagement Supervisor for the New York Health and Hospitals Systems website wasn, who says she inherited from her mother “the strength to workin some ways, to study and to be able to help the community through this very tough thing we’ve been throughearlier this year. As of Friday.”
Raised by a Dominican single mother who “worked all day” to support her and her sisterhealth_minister, Kateryn had to work full-time to pay for her studies.