Mutual aid: Neighbors helping neighbors in need

While the need for food and basic supplies has dramatically increased during the pandemic, getting help to those in need isn’t always easy. Communities across the state are reviving an old method for helping neighbors, creating local mutual aid societies. Correspondent Leah Mishkin reports from Jersey City.

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