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Volunteers working at the food distribution rally at the Red de Pueblos Transnacionales headquarters in the South Bronx on March 20. Volunteers were both from Red de Pueblos Transnacionales and the American Indian Community House. Maurizio Guerrero for Documented

Native American and Indigenous Immigrant Groups Unite to Fight Hunger

Indigenous New Yorkers are providing essential food aid and strengthening community ties across the city

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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.