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The weeklong “Fast for the Forgotten” aims to put pressure on lawmakers to fully fund cash assistance for residents who haven’t been able to access stimulus checks or unemployment insurance.
Protestors outside of the Cathedral Church of Saint John the Devine. Photo: Jessica Fu for The Counter

Food Delivery Workers, Street Vendors Launch Hunger Strike Demanding More Relief for Undocumented Workers

The weeklong “Fast for the Forgotten” aims to put pressure on lawmakers to fully fund cash assistance for residents who haven’t been able to access stimulus checks or unemployment insurance.

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Poll Suggests Why Latinos Aren’t Getting COVID-19 Vaccine

Plus: Biden plans to meet with DACA recipients, and DHS secretary Alejandro Mayorkas says border surge is waning

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Race Heats Up for City Council Seat In Immigrant-Heavy Bronx District

Plus: Behind the scenes of Documented's pandemic documentary, Chinatown businessman owns $1 million in unpaid wages, and more.

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Border Arrests Slightly Increased in April

Plus: Undocumented make up half of U.S. farmworkers, 20,000 minors waiting to be reunited with families, and more immigration news.