‘We’re Like A Lifeline’: Postal Workers Fight Fear To Work In A Pandemic
When Evette Jourdain was struggling to get back on her feet, landing a job as a postal worker in Palm Beach, Florida seemed like a blessing. Now the job carries with it risks she never imagined.
Evette and friend and fellow mail carrier Craig Boddie had a remote conversation using StoryCorps Connect, to talk about what it means for them, personally and professionally, to do their jobs during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Originally aired May 15, 2020, on NPR’s Morning Edition.