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Ruth

Evangelista

Family, Friend and Neighbor Caregiver
Minnesota
Ruth is a family, friend and neighbor caregiver and co-founder of La Red Latina de Educación Temprana.

"The pandemic was very hard for FFN child care providers because they lost kids ... because families lost jobs, everything was closed and the economy was very low, because they don’t have a license, it was very hard to get resources.”

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