Drug Overdose Deaths Surge Among Black Americans During Pandemic
When Latoya Jenkins talks about her mom, she likes to focus on happy memories like the games she used to play with her kids.
"She used to buy two bottles of dish soap," Jenkins said. "One bottle was for the dishes. The other bottle was for rainy days. She would take us outside and we would make bubbles."
Jenkins, who lives in upstate New York, says her mom, Sonya Hughey, had a hard life, first using crack cocaine when she was a teenager.
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