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The job of delivery workers have changed since the inception of apps and platforms
Delivery workers march in New York City. Photo by Sol Aramendi provided to Documented by the Workers Justice Project

Delivery Workers Are Struggling to Survive the Pandemic

Online ordering platforms have fundamentally changed delivering food in New York, making the job less stable, more dangerous and increasingly lonely, according to workers

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Inside New York City’s Biggest Financial Relief Effort for Undocumented Immigrants

Open Society Foundation gave $20 million to the City to give to undocumented immigrants. Here's what went right and what went wrong

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Biden Nominates Trump Critics to Key Immigration Positions

Biden will name Chris Magnus to lead Customs and Border Protection and Ur Jaddou as director of U.S. Customs and Immigration Services.

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San Diego Convention Center Taking in More Migrant Children

The San Diego Convention Center, first repurposed as an overflow center for migrant teenage girls, will now take in younger boys and girls.