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Appreciation Caravan: Migrant Farmworkers in California Receive Heartwarming Tribute

Farmworkers in California, mostly immigrants from Latin America, received a heartwarming appreciation caravan through a parade of love for their sacrifice in making sure to sustain the food supply in the country amid COVID-19.
Latino and Hispanic farm workers

Real Heroes 2.0: Latino Farmworkers Sustain Food in the US, but Are They Protected Against COVID-19?

More than 400,000 Hispanic farmworkers who continue to work amid COVID-19 in the American fields to sustain the food chain of the country are at risk.
Mexican farmworkers

Real Heroes: Mexican Farmers Work Hard To Supply Food Amid COVID-19

Hundreds of thousands of seasonal farmworkers, mostly Mexicans, enter the United States using H-2A visas to make sure that there is enough food amid the threat brought by COVID-19.
La Santa Cecilia & Ozomatli

Ozomatli, La Santa Cecilia Rock Out for Farmworkers' Rights, Students Declare Nationwide Boycott of Wendy's [Photos]

This past weekend, thousands of students from around the country rocked out and rallied together in St. Petersburg, Florida at the Coalition of Immokalee Workers' Concert for Fair Food. Determined to be heard and get their point across, the students also used the stage as their platform to declare a nationwide student boycott of fast-food chain, Wendy's.
Tobacco

The 12-Year-Old Tobacco Laborers of America

In the United States, it's illegal for children under 18 to buy cigarettes. But it's permissible for those very same children to be a part of the cultivation and harvesting of tobacco, which produces side effects far worse than if they'd simply taken a puff.
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