Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, social workers still walk Skid Row. They still go to homes where children are in need. They still report to work at hospitals where some patients die alone and their families need to be located and told. It’s their job — their essential job. Join Laura Abrams, professor and chair of social welfare, as she talks with alumni of the Luskin School’s Social Welfare program about how the coronavirus pandemic has affected their work with vulnerable clients and communities.