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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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How CARRP Flags Immigrants as National Security Threats

Controlled Application Review and Resolution Program (CARRP) was instituted at the end of the Bush administration in 2008 with the purpose to vet immigrants that could present “national security concerns” to the United States.

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How Trump Admin. Got Sheriffs to Detain Undocumented Immigrants

Plus: The U.S. Senate considers the Build Back Better Act as House Democrats urge senators to include more immigration provisions

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Family Detention Policy, Explained

Family detention is the practice of confining asylum seeker parents along with their children in detention facilities operated by USCIS.