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Five on Friday: Public Charge Rule Blocked During Pandemic

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Five on Friday: Public Charge Policy Blocked During Pandemic

It’s Friday again – time to gather some of the news and resources that we found most helpful or insightful this week, plus a double dose of the Weekly Win to bring our spirits up!


doctors put on ppe

Amy shared the Houston Chronicle article, “'I’m just so, so tired': COVID Taking Emotional, Physical Toll on Houston Health Care Workers.”

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A hallway in a prison

Kate recommended reading the opinion article in the Annals of Internal Medicine, “Occupational Health: A Key to the Control of COVID-19 in Correctional Facilities.”

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A mother and child

Candace offered the Washington Post piece, “For Guatemalans in Florida, Essential Work Leads to a Coronavirus Outbreak.

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Photo of outside of hotel

Amy also shared, “Migrant child died after release from detention, attorneys group alleges.”

Theressa forwarded on the AP article, in case you missed it at the end of last week: “Migrant Kids Held in US Hotels, Then Expelled.”

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Weekly Win: Claire saw this announcement out of Seattle: “Young Latinx Raise $5.2 Million in COVID Relief for Undocumented People Shunned by Government.”

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People wait in line for public aid

Weekly Win: Claire also forwarded on a national judicial win: “A Judge Blocked Trump's ‘Public Charge’ Policy On Immigrants During The Pandemic.”



Have a safe and healthy weekend.

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