👩🏿‍⚕️👷🏼‍♀️👨🏾‍🏭 ענקיות הטק נלחמות בקורונה ובפועלים השחורים 📻 האחראי על האינטרנט בגלצ 11.4.2020

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מייסד ומנכ”ל טוויטר, ג’ק דורסי, הודיע שיתרום מיליארד דולר (באחזקות בחברת סקוור), שהם 28% מהונו, להקמת חברה בע”ם, Start Small, שתממן סיוע למלחמה בקורונה. אחרי שהווירוס ימוגר, החברה תטפל ברפואה וחינוך של ילדות ובהכנסה בסיסית לכל (UBI).

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ד”ר שני הורוביץ רוזן, יועצת תקשורת אסטרטגית לעמותות ועסקים חברתיים, מסבירה את הייחוד בתרומה הזאת:

• מדובר בסכום מטורף בפני עצמו, וגם בסכום נדיר של תרומה בבת אחת ולא בחלקים ‘לפי הצורך’. להקדיש מיליארד דולר באופן חד פעמי זה באמת מטורף
• @jack מבטיח את הכסף לטווח הארוך ובאופן סופי. לא רק “למאמצי הקורונה” ואח”כ הכסף יישאר אצלו או סתם ינווט לתרומות לdonor advised funds שהן מכשיר כלכלי לקבלת מס עכשיו ותרומות אחכ וכו’. אם יישאר, שאר הכסף ילך למטרות אחרות וראויות מאד
• הוא מתייחס לאפקט שהוא יוצר ולהשפעה על פילנתרופים אחרים לתרום. […] הוא גם מסביר את הרציונל הכלכלי לתרומה שלו וזה באמת נדיר אצל בעלי הון. כמה שיותר שקיפות, יותר טוב
• @jack צירף גוגל דוקס פתוח לכולם שבו נוכל לראות בדיוק לאן הולך הכסף. […] הוא מציב פה רף נדיר מאד של שקיפות

Total Value Created:
$ 1,547,570,135.11
Total Remaining: $ 1,462,550,807.11
Total Dispersed: $ 85,019,328.00
Distributed:
Date Amount CategoryGranteeLinkWhy?
4/2/2020$100,000.00COVID-19 America's Food Fund https://www.gofundme.com/f/americasfoodfundHelp fund meals to people impacted by COVID
4/9/2020$2,100,000.00COVID-19 Mayor's Fund LAhttps://mayorsfundla.orgHelping domestic violence victims in LA as a result of the COVID-19 Safer @ Home Order
Total Grant: $4.2M in partnership with Clara Lionel Foundation
4/13/2020$2,000,000.00COVID-19 Direct ReliefTeam LOVE – Direct ReliefSupport Direct Relief emergency response to COVID-19. Supports healthcare Orgs and professionals who care for medically underserved communities
4/13/2020$1,000,000.00COVID-19 Masks For The Peoplehttp://www.livefreeusa.org/masksforthepeopleProvides free masks, hand sanitizer and testing kits for the incarcerated, formerly incarcerated, violence interrupters, elderly in our community, and most vulnerable black and brown loved ones in urban and rural communities.
4/14/2020$333,333.00COVID-19 GiveDirectlyhttps://www.givedirectly.org/covid-19/Supporting cash transfers to low income families in the mainland US as well as in Puerto Rico.
Total Grant: $1M in partnership with Clara Lionel Foundation & Sean Carter Foundation.
4/14/2020$161,815.00COVID-19 New York City's Mayor's Office to End Domestic and Gender-Based Violencehttps://www1.nyc.gov/site/ocdv/index.pageTo support the Mayor’s Officer to End Domestic and Gender-Based Violence (ENDGBV). Supports domestic violence survivors who need a capital injection to ensure their safety and stability during COVID-19. Micro grants will allow the financing of immediate needs of food, clothing, temporary housing & more.
Total Grant: $485,444 in partnership with Clara Lionel Foundation & Sean Carter Foundation
4/14/2020$167,000.00COVID-19 Covenant House (New Orleans)https://www.covenanthousenola.org/covid-19-updates/To support shelter, food, clothing, counseling & medicine for homeless, at-risk & trafficked youth, many of whom are jobless at the
moment. Funds will support six-months of shelter, food, medical attention and supplies for homeless youth.
Total Grant: $500k in partnership with Clara Lionel Foundation & Sean Carter Foundation
4/14/2020$333,000.00COVID-19 World Central Kitchen (New Orleans)https://wck.org/chefsforamericaSupporting meals for homeless & senior populations in New Orleans. Funds will support the activation of local restaurants & workers.
Total Grant: $1M in partnership with Clara Lionel Foundation & Sean Carter Foundation
4/14/2020$333,000.00COVID-19 Second Harvest Food Bank of Greater New Orleans & Acadiana https://no-hunger.org/covid-19/Will support food sourcing and storage, non-touch distribution & delivery services & supplemental staff due to a decrease in volunteers.
Total Grant: $1M in partnership with Clara Lionel Foundation & Sean Carter Foundation
4/14/2020$167,000.00COVID-19 Total Community Actionhttps://www.tca-nola.org/important-links/In partnership with the New Orleans Mayor's Office of Community and Economic Development, to support rental assistance for economically vulnerable Orleans Parish residents impacted by the pandemic. Funds will match the current government funding to grant up to $750 in rental assistance per household.
Total Grant: $500k in partnership with Clara Lionel Foundation & Sean Carter Foundation
4/14/2020$333,000.00COVID-19 Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)https://www.msf.org/covid-19Supports COVID-19 response efforts in the hardest to reach & most vulnerable areas of the world. Funds will go towards COVID-19 case management, training, set-up of ICU, hospital beds, isolation units, development of response guidelines & best practices in countries including Syria, Yemen, Bangladesh, South Sudan, Mali, Ivory Coast, Senegal, DRC, Cambodia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Haiti, Venezuela, El Salvador and Greece.
Total Grant: $2M ($1M in partnership with Clara Lionel Foundation & Sean Carter Foundation + $1M match from UBS Optimus Fund)
4/14/2020$167,000.00COVID-19 Hispanic Federation Non-Profit Emergency Assistance Fund of Puerto Ricohttps://hispanicfederation.org/resources/Resources_for_Non-Profits_During_COVID-19_Emergency/Supports health clinics in Puerto Rico. Funds will go towards triage shelters, supplies & personal protective equipment (PPE) for a network of over 20 clinics across Puerto Rico.
Total Grant: $500k in partnership with Clara Lionel Foundation & Sean Carter Foundation
4/14/2020$33,000.00COVID-19 The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation / GAIA's Community-Based HIV Testing Services https://elizabethtayloraidsfoundation.org/Supports the Global AIDS Interfaith Alliance (GAIA) Community-Based HIV Testing Services to work with mobile clinics to manage the anticipated spread of COVID-19 in the Mulanje and Phalombe districts of Malawi.
Total Grant: $100k in partnership with Clara Lionel Foundation & Sean Carter Foundation
4/14/2020$26,667.00COVID-19 Direct Reliefhttps://www.directrelief.org/emergency/coronavirus-outbreak/Supports purchasing of testing cartridges to build COVID-19 testing capacity in Saint Lucia, Grenada, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Dominica,St. Kitts and Nevis, and Antigua and Barbuda. This grant will also support medicine kits needed in hospital ICUs to over five additional locations throughout the Caribbean.
Total Grant: $80k in partnership with Clara Lionel Foundation & Sean Carter Foundation
4/14/2020$13,333.00COVID-19 Team Humanityhttps://teamhumanity.eu/Supports sanitization efforts in the Moria refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesvos.
Total Grant: $40k in partnership with Clara Lionel Foundation & Sean Carter Foundation
4/28/2020$1,000,000.00COVID-19 CDE Foundationhttps://cdefoundation.org/Supporting the "California Bridging the Digital Divide" Fund, a joint effort of the Governor's Office, State Board of Education, CA Department of Education and CDE Foundation. Funds will be used to provide essential device, connectivity and related digital learning supports for PK-12 students, teachers and their families in CA.
4/28/2020$100,000.00COVID-19 Hospitality Helpshttps://mowsf.salsalabs.org/hospitalityhelps/index.htmlSupports the production and distribution of lunches and dinners to families in need in the San Francisco Bay Area. Hospitality Helps is a partnership of Taste Catering, Peninsula Food Runners and Meals on Wheels (Fiscal Sponsor) and has been able to help employ furloughed food service workers in the Bay Area to assist with their program.
4/28/2020$25,000.00COVID-19 Indiana University Foundationhttps://iufoundation.iu.edu/ways-give/index.htmlSupports the COVID-19 Vital Data Generation Research Program.
4/28/2020$300,000.00COVID-19 UCSF Foundationhttps://giving.ucsf.edu/coronavirusSupports the research of Dr. Ashley Mason and Oura Ring in identifying early/asymptomatic COVID-19 infections in potentially exposed individuals.
4/30/2020$207,500.00COVID-19 Share Our Strength (No Kid Hungry)https://www.nokidhungry.org/Supports No Kid Hungry COVID-19 Emergency Relief Response, equipping communities with the resources they need to make sure their kids are fed, both during this crisis and in its aftermath.
Total Grant: $250k in partnership with beyGOOD
4/30/2020$207,500.00COVID-19 World Central Kitchenhttps://wck.org/Supporting the nationwide emergency food relief program delivering meals to Americans that need assistance. Funds will also support the activation of local restaurants & workers.
Total Grant: $250k in partnership with beyGOOD
4/30/2020$415,000.00COVID-19 UCLA Foundationhttp://www.ucla.edu/stand-together/Funds will be used to support the UCLA Depression Grand Challenge Interventions for COVID-19 Fund ("Stand Together During COVID-19") providing resources and tools designed to lift moods and ease anxiety and depression.
Total Grant: $500k in partnership with beyGOOD
4/30/2020$41,500.00COVID-19 NAMI: Nationalhttps://nami.orgSupporting the efforts of the National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI) ensuring that people are receiving mental health information, support and resources needed during the pandemic via their Helpline's in local communities and their national Helpline. https://www.nami.org/covid-19-guide
Total Grant: $50k in partnership with beyGOOD
4/30/2020$124,500.00COVID-19 NAMI: Greater Houstonhttps://namigreaterhouston.org/Supporting the National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI) efforts in Houston as a result of COVID-19. NAMI offers services, support, education & advocacy for people living with mental health conditions & their loved ones.
Total Grant: $150k in partnership with beyGOOD
4/30/2020$83,000.00COVID-19 NAMI: New Orleanshttp://www.namineworleans.orgSupporting the National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI) efforts in New Orleans as a result of COVID-19. NAMI offers services, support, education & advocacy for people living with mental health conditions & their loved ones.
Total Grant: $100k in partnership with beyGOOD
4/30/2020$83,000.00COVID-19 NAMI: New Yorkhttps://naminycmetro.orgSupporting the National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI) efforts in New York City s as a result of COVID-19. NAMI offers services, support, education & advocacy for people living with mental health conditions & their loved ones.
Total Grant: $100k in partnership with beyGOOD
4/30/2020$83,000.00COVID-19 NAMI: Metro (Detroit)https://namimetro.orgSupporting the National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI) efforts in Detroit as a result of COVID-19. NAMI offers services, support, education & advocacy for people living with mental health conditions & their loved ones.
Total Grant: $100k in partnership with beyGOOD
4/30/2020$830,000.00COVID-19 Matthew 25: Ministrieshttps://m25m.org/Funds will be used to purchase and provide emergency supplies to over 600 organizations throughout the United States – including hospitals, police and fires departments, nursing homes, schools, healthcare facilities and many more.
Total Grant: $1M in partnership with beyGOOD
4/30/2020$830,000.00COVID-19 Bread of Life, Inc.https://breadoflifeinc.org/about-bread-of-life/Funds will be used to purchase and provide emergency supplies to hospitals, police and fires departments, nursing homes and nonprofits.
Total Grant: $1M in partnership with beyGOOD
4/30/2020$415,000.00COVID-19 Dia de la Mujer Latinahttps://diadelamujerlatina.org/Funds will be used to support the launch of the Telehealth Community Navigation Program addressing the racial/ethnic disparities and health inequities worsened by the COVID-19 crisis throughout the US.
Total Grant: $500k in partnership with beyGOOD
5/7/2020$297,180.00COVID-19 Food Bank Council of Michiganhttps://www.fbem.org/food-bank-of-eastern-michigan-covid-19-resources/Distributing food to people in need of assistance and meal services during COVID-19.
Total Grant: $704,360 in partnership with Clara Lionel Foundation.
5/7/2020$25,000.00COVID-19 The Bail Project, Inc.https://bailproject.org/covid-19/Advocating for people in jail who are unable to distance themselves from others and take other necessary preventative measures during COVID-19.
Total Grant: $50k in partnership with Clara Lionel Foundation.
5/7/2020$425,000.00COVID-19 Community Foundation of Greater Flinthttps://www.cfgf.org/Awarding rapid-response grants to nonprofit organizations providing services to vulnerable populations in Flint and Genesee.
Total Grant: $850,000 in partnership with Clara Lionel Foundation
5/7/2020$50,000.00COVID-19 Freedom Househttps://www.freedomhousedetroit.org/Supporting survivors of persecution seeking asylum through temporary accommodation.
Total Grant: $50k in partnership with Clara Lionel Foundation.
5/7/2020$125,000.00COVID-19 Center for Popular Democracy Action Fundhttps://populardemocracy.org/ Working to create equity, opportunity and a dynamic democracy in partnership with high-impact base-building organizations, organizing alliances, and progressive unions.
Total Grant: $250k in partnership with Clara Lionel Foundation.
5/7/2020$500,000.00COVID-19 Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agencyhttps://www.waynemetro.org/CARES/Responding to the immediate needs of Michigan residents through the CARES Relief & Recovery Services Initiative.
Total Grant: $1.05M in partnership with Clara Lionel Foundation.
5/7/2020$79,000.00COVID-19 Southwest Counseling Solutionshttp://www.swsol.org/southwest-solutions-response-to-covid-19-crisis/ Helping build a strong stronger and healthier community through a broad range of mental health services.
Total Grant: $158k in partnership with Clara Lionel Foundation.
5/7/2020$1,000,000.00COVID-19 DigDeep – Navajo Water Projecthttps://www.navajowaterproject.org/Funds support the Navajo Water Project – connecting remote indigenous homes to hot and cold running water so that tribal members, especially the elderly and the at-risk, can stay home and stay safe, and to make Navajo Nation more resilient to ongoing and future outbreaks.
5/7/2020$100,000.00COVID-19 Community Association of Big Surhttps://www.cabigsur.org/Supports a relief fund for the most vulnerable individuals and families in the Big Sur community who are unable to receive state unemployment benefits or participate in any federal safety net programs. Thirty Six families will receive $600-$1100.
5/8/2020$10,000,000.00COVID-19 CORE: Community Organized Relief Efforthttps://www.coreresponse.org/covid19Supports CORE opening free COVID-19 testing sites in major metropolitan cities as well as rural communities throughout the Unites States. CORE’s testing sites, which are already operating in Atlanta, Detroit and shortly in New Orleans and the Navajo Nation, are focused on serving vulnerable and underserved communities, including low income groups and communities of color, as well as first responders and essential workers.
5/12/2020$15,000,000.00COVID-19 Give2SFhttps://sf.gov/give-city-respond-covid-19City of San Francisco Give2SF Response & Recovery Fund. Will support food, housing access, small business and worker support programs for undocumented, mixed status and low income individuals and families in San Francisco.
5/13/2020$1,000,000.00COVID-19 Elton John AIDS Foundationhttps://ejaf.org/Funds will support the Elton John AIDS Foundation (EJAF) COVID-19 Emergency Fund to support EJAF frontline partners to respond to the pandemic and its’ effects on HIV prevention and care for the most marginalized communities.
5/15/2020$10,000,000.00COVID-19 Oakland Public Education Fundhttps://www.oaklandedfund.org/digitaldivide/Closing the Digital Divide for 25,000 students (K12, Middle and High School) in Oakland. Funds will provide laptops and internet to all.
5/15/2020$10,000,000.00COVID-19 Project 100https://www.givedirectly.org/covid-19/us/Project 100 is private direct payment initiative in response to the Covid-19 pandemic in the US. Funds support the pilot program to deliver $1000 to 100k families in the SNAP Program.
5/15/2020$530,000.00COVID-19 Live In Peacehttp://www.liveinpeace.org/For the #FirstOfTheMonth rent relief project aiming to identify and aid families with children who are at the greatest risk of losing their home/shelter. These families are not eligible for rent moratorium or government assistance and have seen devastating financial losses from COVID-19. These funds will help 300+ families in the Silicon Valley (East Palo Alto, East Menlo Park & Redwood City) with rent.
5/15/2020$600,000.00COVID-19 CommonLithttps://www.commonlit.org/CommonLit is a 501c3 education technology nonprofit service 15M teachers and student across 70% of US Schools with FREE digital reading and writing lessons. The majority of schools that rely on their free online reading program qualify for Title I (high-poverty) support. Our support will help develop high-impact digital learning tools to support special needs students and English Language Learners who are most affected by the crisis and will experience the most learning loss during school closures.
5/15/2020$500,000.00COVID-19 Mayvennhttps://www.gofundme.com/f/savethesalonSupports the campaign launched by Mayvenn to provide $500 to each of their stylists across the country. Mayvenn is a tech company that was created to empower hairstylists in the African American community. Using technology, Mayvenn helps boost stylists incomes by connecting them with new clients and helping them sell products. They noticed their stylists, who are predominantly female African Americans, were losing most of or all of their income due to the COVID-19 Pandemic and decided to raise funds to help these stylists get back on their feet.
5/15/2020$450,000.00COVID-19 Think of Ushttps://thinkofus.gitbook.io/command-center/Think of Us is a systems change non-profit that focuses on leveraging technology to upgrade the foster care system and its programs for better life outcomes for its youth.
Our support will fund their emergency Direct Relief Fund and to launch a Virtual Foster Care Housing Assistance Support Center.This investment will enable Think of Us to deploy urgently needed resources to older foster youth in danger of falling further through the cracks of an ailing child welfare system due to COVID-19.
5/15/2020$725,000.00COVID-19 Kakenya's Dreamhttps://www.kakenyasdream.org/Kakenya's Dream invests in girls from rural communities in Kenya through educational, health, and leadership initiatives to create agents of change. Their mission is to create a world where African women and girls are valued and respected as leaders and equal in every way. Our support will aid and provide Distance Learning and supplies while schools are closed due to COVID-19. It will also provide the necessary supplies to their students to maintain safe physical health and safety while away. It will build out Health, Counseling and Education Services and support for the girls in the program upon their return and will also support the build out and design of a new and larger Health Clinic
5/15/2020$10,000,000.00COVID-19 REFORM Alliancehttps://actnow.io/REFORMSupport REFORM Alliance getting PPE into every jail and prison in the US.
5/20/2020$750,000COVID-19 The Marshall Mathers Foundationhttp://eminem.com/mmfDedicated to providing assistance to disadvantaged and at-risk youth primarily in Detroit, Michigan and its surrounding communities. Funds will be used toward COVID-19 Emergency Relief efforts due.
Total Grant: $1M in partnership with Eminem
5/20/2020$350,000COVID-19 Edgewood Center for Children and Familieshttps://edgewood.org/Edgewood Center for Children and Families promotes the behavioral health of children, youth, and families, and supports a positive transition to adulthood. Funds will be used to assist in the emergency essential services provided by Edgewood as a result of COVID-19.
5/20/2020$500,000COVID-19 Sisterhearts, Inc.https://sisterhearts.org/SisterHearts Re-Entry Program is focused on providing ex-offenders with a safe environment to achieve their goals with dignity. The program is centered around decarceration, offering a space for healing while rehumanizing those who have been incarcerated. SisterHearts also provides personal development courses, transportation, bank account support, driver’s license support and other resources to assist ex-offenders as they reintegrate into society. Funds will go to the SHERO Program (SisterHearts Exit ReEntry Organization).
5/20/2020$5,000,000COVID-19 World Central Kitchenhttps://wck.org/chefsforamericaWorld Central Kitchen Restaurants for the People program is an innovative solution that simultaneously provides fresh meals to those in immediate need and keeps small businesses open in the midst of our ongoing health, economic, and humanitarian crises. Funds will support the Restaurants for the People Program in Oakland, CA
5/21/2020$5,000,000.00COVID-19 Humanity Forwardhttps://movehumanityforward.com/Humanity Forward is committing to delivering one-time, and recurring, basic income payments to individuals and families who stand to be most impacted by the coronavirus crisis. The initial target populations will primarily consist of Americans in lower income brackets who depend on wage work to support them and their families
מסמך מעקב אחר הוצאות חברת הפילנתרופיה Start Small

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גוגל ואפל, יחד לראשונה

אם שאלת את עצמך מה צריך לקרות כדי שהמתחרות הענקיות מעמק הסיליקון, גוגל ואפל, ישתפו פעולה – התשובה היא מגיפת הקורונה.

שתי החברות, ששוות יחד 2 טריליון ו-4 מיליארד דולר, הודיעו אתמול על שת”פ למעקב מגע בין נשאים וחולים לבין אנשים אחרים. המידע יימסר לממשלות וגופי רפואה, שישתמשו בו כדי לצמצם את תפוצת המגיפה.

ראשית, החברות ישחררו בחודש מאי ממשק תכנות יישומונים (API) שיאפשר לאפליקציות של רשויות בריאות ציבוריות לעבוד על שתי מערכות ההפעלה הסלולריות המתחרות, אנדרואיד ו-iOS. שנית, בחודשים הקרובים יטמיעו החברות במערכות ההפעלה שלהן פלטפורמה למעקב מגע באמצעות פרוטוקול התקשורת בלוטות’, שמשמש לתקשורת בין חפיצים קרובים. המשתמשים יצטרכו לאשר כניסה למעקב הזה (opt-in), ואם ידווחו שהם התגלו כנשאים, המערכת תאפשר לעדכן את האנשים שהיו בסביבתם בשבועיים שקדמו לכך.

שתי החברות, שלא פעם החליפו עקיצות בנוגע לשמירה על פרטיות, מנסות להרגיע את חששות 3 מיליארד משתמשיהן ומבטיחות ש”פרטיות ואבטחת הם חלק מרכזי מהעיצוב”. הן גם מפרסמות מפרטים ותיעוד של התשתית ואופן השימוש בבלוטות’ ובהצפנה.

כשאתה חובש מסיכה, אף אחד לא שומע אותך צועק

קבוצה קטנה יותר של נעקבים היא אנשי רפואה – רופאות ורופאים, אחים ואחיות – שמשתפים ברשתות חברתיות את הימים המתישים שעוברים עליהם, נותנים עצות רפואיות, מזהירים מפייק ניוז ומתריעים על בעיות כמו מחסור במסיכות והיעדר בדיקות. לפי דיווח של בלומברג, בתי חולים ברחבי ארה”ב מקשיחים בימים אלו את הכללים, ואוסרים על עובדים להתראיין ולפרסם מידע ברשתות חברתיות, דורשים למחוק פוסטים ואף מענישים אנשי צוות בהשעייה.

אנשי רפואה חייבים לעמוד ב-HIPPA, החוק האמריקאי שמסדיר העברת מידע על חולים ומגן על הסודיות הרפואית. אבל בחלק מהמקרים נראה שהוא משמש תירוץ להסתרת כשלים של המערכת – למשל, פיטורים של אחות שכתבה באימייל לעמיתיה שהיא רוצה לחבוש מסכה מגינה יותר. אגב, מחלקת הבריאות ושירותי האנוש של ארצות הברית (HHS) הודיעה בתחילת החודש על הקלה באכיפת HIPPA, כדי לאפשר לגופי הבריאות לשתף ביניהם בלי חשש מידע על המגיפה. 

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עוד קבוצה של עובדים שנאלצת להילחם במעסיקים בצל הקורונה היא הפועלים השחורים של ההייטק. בזמן שמתכנתים ומהנדסים עובדים מהבית, הפועלים השחורים, חלקם עובדי כלכלת חלטורה נטולי זכויות סוציאליות, מסכנים את בריאותם וחייהם כשהם מטפלים בהזמנות ובמשלוחים שפורחים בגלל המגיפה – אם בכלל יש להם עבודה.

עובדי מחסן ואורזי חבילות באמזון, עובדי ונהגי הול פודז (של אמזון), מלקטי קניות באינסטקארט, שליחים בפלטפורמת המשלוחים Shipt של טרגט ואחרים פתחו במאבק על תנאיהם. בין הדרישות: תוספת סיכון, העלאת ברירת המחדל של הטיפים באפליקציית ההזמנות, מודל תשלום של עמלות לפי גובה הקנייה, אמצעי חיטוי ומיגון נגד קורונה, חופשות מחלה בתשלום לחולים ולעובדים שנדרשים לבידוד עצמי וסגירה זמנית לצורך חיטוי של מחסנים שבהם התגלו עובדים חולים. בין צעדי המחאה נמנות הפגנות, שביתות פתע וחופשות מחלה המוניות

ויש גם כאלו שבסך הכל רוצים להמשיך לעבוד. עובדי ג’נרל אלקטריק, שבונים מנועי סילון בימים רגילים, מחו על החלטת החברה לפטר עובדים במקום להעסיקם בייצור מכשירי הנשמה שדרושים לטיפול בחולי קורונה ונמצאים בחסר.

שבת היום!

ולסיום: איזה יום היום? הבידוד, מזג האוויר ההפכפך וחג הפסח שיבשו את תפיסת הזמן של רבים. בתחנת החדשות פוקס 8 מצאו לכך פתרון: פינת “איזה יום היום”.


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