Twitter for iPhone : “Delivery workers now move faster than just about anything else in the city... They know they go too fast, but it’s a calculated risk. Slowing down means being punished by the apps.”

Incredible reporting on the deliveristas’ comradeship & organizing.

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Buffer : If you order food by delivery, you have a ethical responsibility to read this story about NYC's hard-working deliveristas. If you are a human being, you have a moral one: buff.ly/2Xi2u4h

Twitter Web App : 1/ For all their work through extreme weather, dangerous streets and COVID-19, NYC’s 65,000 delivery workers face low wages, limited protections and rampant bike theft.

Take a moment today to digest all the ways our city has failed .

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Twitter for iPhone : This report reveals the painful reality our Deliveristas face every day. Digital platforms exploit their essential labor—robbing them of worker protections, trapping the workers in a cycle of poverty, and ignoring their basic humanity. Full report here: losdeliveristasunidos.org/ldu-report

Twitter for iPhone : Proud to stand with these indispensable, essential delivery workers to demand they're treated with the dignity they deserve ✊🏽 It’s long past time to pass my bill to guarantee access to basic amenities at restaurants+our entire legislative package to protect deliveristas. ¡Vamos!

CoSchedule : Five food delivery workers have died on the job in Brooklyn over the past year, with the most recent just over two weeks ago, according to a scathing new report by the delivery workers collective Los Deliveristas Unidos. brooklynpaper.com/five-delivery-…

SocialFlow : “It is innovative and impressive and resilient and kind of inspiring that they’ve come together as a community to support each other. But they’ve had to do that because they’ve been failed by every other institution.” slate.trib.al/d0ELbOE

Twitter for iPhone : losdeliveristasunidos.org/ldu-report “The report, published by NYC’s Worker’s Justice Project in conjunction with Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations, is the first in-depth survey of its kind addressing working conditions for delivery drivers in NYC.”

Twitter Web App : Workers formed the group Los Deliveristas Unidos and lobbied for security, regulation, and better working conditions. Others formed volunteer civil guards and started tracking down stolen bikes themselves. curbed.com/article/nyc-de…