Migrant farmworkers are often underpaid, under served, and underappreciated despite the fact that they harvest most of the produce we eat every day. The social justice issues affecting farmworkers are complex. These stories highlight innovative approaches to tackling these issues from multiple angles: from federally funded education programs to grassroots labor organizing. Take a look and enjoy some food for thought!
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