Kristina Wong

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“We should not have had to turn our homes into sweatshops to make medical equipment. We do this because this is human work. And this is how we support other human beings.

Comedian Kristina Wong sews masks for people in poverty, says it’s about government negligence

“We should not have had to turn our homes into sweatshops to make medical equipment. We do this because this is human work. And this is how we support other human beings.

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