Mayra Ramirez, 28, was among the first known COVID-19 patients in the U.S. to receive new lungs. She shares her story in “American Voices: A Nation in Turmoil,” a FRONTLINE documentary filmed across the country throughout much of 2020.
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Ramirez is one of the Americans featured in FRONTLINE’s latest documentary, from a production team headed by Mike Shum and Blair Woodbury. “American Voices: A Nation in Turmoil” captures the diverse perspectives of a number of people — a pastor, a barber, a doctor, an activist and more — as they deal with COVID-19 in their communities, respond to George Floyd’s killing, and experience the 2020 election and its aftermath as COVID cases and deaths mount once again.
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