By Jasmin López | Published by KALW
D’Wana Stewart is a native San Franciscan. She graduated from June Jordan School for Equity, a small high school on the southeast side of the city. Now 24, she’s working three jobs and shares a home with her mother – it’s the only way she’s been able to stay in San Francisco. We spent a week with D’wana, to get a sense of her life, living on the minimum wage.
“Definitely like to be further ahead in my life. Even though it seems like I’m doing so much.” – D’wana Stewart