Articles By Amir Khafagy
As mass evictions loom, immigrants and advocates say the convoluted application process is excluding many eligible immigrants New Yorkers from receiving a much needed aid from the state's Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP).
The company has sent letters to three of the workers on strike stating that they have been permanently replaced. Neither UMEC nor Catsimatidis himself responded to Documented’s request for comment.
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.
Over 100 people gathered outside the restaurant's landlord East Bank in Chinatown to protest its closure
Workers were told to clean up vomit and feces. "All they gave us was a towel, cheap gloves, and one face mask. It was really miserable,” one former contractor said.
Unionized workers at the Hunts Point Terminal Produce Market began a strike after management refused to raise their wages. On Saturday, they announced they had won an 70 cent-per-hour raise
Online ordering platforms have fundamentally changed delivering food in New York, making the job less stable, more dangerous and increasingly lonely, according to workers
The Supreme Court unanimously ruled that three immigrant Muslim men can sue the federal agency that placed them on a no-fly list for refusing to serve as government informants
The "Protect Our Courts Act" was passed in July, but Cuomo has yet to sign it into law. In the meantime, ICE arrests continue.