Articles By Olivia Heffernan
New Yorkers relied on street vendors during the pandemic, but as the city reopens, those essential workers are once again being fined.
Lucio, an undocumented immigrant from Mexico, was fined $2,050 for selling tacos without a permit or a license. A vendor association and elected officials say fines have increased as the City has reopened
Delivery workers contend with long days traveling far distances in the city; the companies they work for stealing their tips; lack of bathrooms and other amenities, and increasingly: armed robberies.
Documented asked its community of Latino immigrants about their concerns with the COVID vaccine. Safety seems to be a top priority as they seem to not be willing to get the vaccine without having some questions asked first
After his arrest by ICE shook New York City in 2018, activist Ravi Ragbir has managed to avoid deportation, for now.
Nine months after the ICE shooting, agents are still under investigation for a bullet in Erick Diaz-Cruz´s face.
“It would be disastrous if they shut down the post office, our work and the USPS go hand in hand,” a USCIS employee said.
It's the ‘final nail in the coffin for the immigration system.’
Confirmed cases of COVID-19 among farmworkers grows.