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West African Hair Braiding Industry Is Being Destroyed by the Pandemic

As the COVID pandemic continues to harm businesses in New York City, West African hair braiders find other ways to survive.

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Meet the Immigrant Women on Hunger Strike for Pandemic Relief

Undocumented workers still aren't eligible for pandemic relief, so some have decided to stop eating to get Albany's attention

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Chinatown’s Community Bank Continues to Survive During Crisis

Abacus Federal Savings Bank customers weren’t only worried about the pandemic, but the rise in violence against the Asian community.

New York Immigrant Communities Primary category in which blog post is published

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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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

Labor Primary category in which blog post is published

Immigrant Delivery Workers Organize To Fight Rampant E-Bike Theft

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.

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How to Open a Bank Account for Undocumented Immigrants in the United States

As an undocumented immigrant, it is possible to open a bank account in the United States. We made a list of everything you need to consider before opening a bank account, as well as its benefits.

Immigration Court Primary category in which blog post is published

Immigration Lawyers Wait for Biden Administration to Fulfill Promises

Lawyers are cautiously optimistic that the Biden administration will be able to untangle the chaos of the immigration courts