‘We’re looking at the new normal,’ says the executive vice president of Feeding South Florida, which has doubled its food distribution
Aldo, a UWD Florida member and DACA recipient "can't imagine" getting rid of thousands of workers. "Not to mention those who put food in the markets, those who cook food in restaurants, those who clean in hospitals, those who work in the postal service," https://t.co/g76NgyKfTt
— United We Dream (@UNITEDWEDREAM) April 14, 2020
In Wisconsin, people waited hours to vote in the primary.
In Pennsylvania, cars stacked up for miles as people waited to collect groceries from a food bank.
In Florida, the line to pick up paper applications for unemployment snaked around a library.https://t.co/fyRjNEPPNo
— The New York Times (@nytimes) April 12, 2020