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Gig Workers Can’t Go on Unemployment — So They’re Turning to GoFundMe

People who have lost their income during the pandemic now turn to the crowdfunding platform for help

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OnOn Tuesday, March 17, Benjamin Majchrzak, the co-owner of a recording studio in St. Louis, Missouri, launched a GoFundMe campaign. “Many of the musicians and industry people…




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