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The Forgotten, Suffering Without Aid

Expand A food vendor working in the Jackson Heights section of Queens, New York, serves a traditional pastry from her country of El Salvador, November 17, 2016.  © 2016 AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews COVID-19 has thrown New York City’s inequalities into sharp relief. People in low-paying jobs and immigrant workers have been the hardest hit by job losses. And for many of those most vulnerable to economic shocks, informal workers like street vendors, federal measures designed to cushion the blows are providing no relief. The vast majority of street vendors in New York are low-income immigrant workers…

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