Undocumented and Unpaid: How Domestic Workers Are Risking Their Lives in the Pandemic
elle Karla Cornejo Villavicencio
2020-04-09 19:00:00

I grew up undocumented, and I know how they talk about us. They like to say we live in the shadows, though my mother’s kitchen was always sunny, and that we're invisible, though every restaurant in New York City, even the real fancy ones, is fully staffed by Mexicans. If your eye wanders as you eat, you can see them moving like bees through the swinging doors in the kitchen.

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