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Haitian and Mexican immigrants work long days on this farm in Upstate, NY. Long sleeves, hats, and scarves protect them from the dangers of the sun, pesticides and bugs. Photo: Arleen Thaler, 2018

Early Arrival: New York Farmworkers Win Right to Organize

Friday’s Edition of Early Arrival: New Jersey Places New Requirements on ICE in Courthouses — 6th Migrant Child Died in Federal Custody Last Year — Trump Pushes for Border Contractor, Pentagon to Construct Tent Cities, Congresswoman Says Deaths of Children ‘Intentional’

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Pandemic Leaves Colombians Stranded in New York

Colombians who came to New York on vacation are now scrambling to get home on repatriation flights.

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How Coronavirus Relief Is Being Distributed to Undocumented Immigrants

Private donors and independent organizations have connected to move millions of dollars in aid across a gaping hole left in the government’s COVID-19 response.

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Emails Show Long Island Police Departments Worked Closely With ICE

Despite previously denying working with ICE on Operation Matador, emails show Nassau County and Suffolk County Police Departments worked closely with the agency.