What does COVID-19 look like in Sierra Leone, a country that has successfully dealt with ebola?

Gwendolyn Schulman of AMANDLA.ca talks to Ismail Rashid about COVID-19 in Sierra Leone, and how Sierra Leoneans’ experience with Ebola has shaped their response to this pandemic. Ismail Rashid grew up in Freetown, Sierra Leone and has been teaching history at Vassar College since 1998. His many publications include Understanding West Africa’s Ebola Epidemic: Towards a Political Economy (2017) (with Ibrahim Abdullah),

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