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New Yorkers are coming up on a lot of one-year anniversaries as they remember the moments when COVID-19 first upended life as it was before.
Vacant retail space in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn pointed toward a slow economic recovery, March 10, 2020. Ben Fractenberg/THE CITY

Un año desde que solicitó el seguro de desempleo. ¿Y ahora qué?

A más de un año desde las peticiones masivas del seguro de desempleo, acá te explicamos qué hacer para extrender el beneficio

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These Laundromat Workers Were Fired After Forming a Union. Now They’re Fighting Back

Six immigrant women formed the first storefront laundromat union in the City. Their company hired a "Union Avoidance" consultant to dissuade them and fired them anyway.

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Migrant Boy Found Wandering Alone Was Deported and Kidnapped

A young boy whose video was shared widely online was kidnapped and separated from his mother when his family couldn't pay for her release.

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New Jersey Hunger Striker Risking His Life and Worrying His Family

A longtime New Jersey resident is taking part in his second hunger strike after being transferred to a Florida jail.