Tag: FARMWORKERS

Would Mass Deportations Lead to Tasteless Food?

Katherine Gustafson at Forbes is continuing her series focusing on how mass deportations would alter our food supply in the United States. She tries...

Mass Deportations: Food Would be More Expensive and Less Healthy

Katherine Gustafson, writing in Forbes, reminds us that the politicians calling for mass deportations this electoral season might have a hard time getting fresh veggies...

Farmworkers march to Albany for equality and respect

Tired and hungry, Pablo Cruz is not discouraged and is hopeful that his rights as a farmworker are finally respected. Cruz, 66, has already...

Heriberto Gonzales on the Farm Worker’s Campaign on Long Island

In my June radio segment with CyTUnidos, I spoke by phone with organizer Heriberto Gonzales about the Farm Worker’s campaign he is heading in...

Fighting for Farmworker Rights in Wyandanch

Community members, activists, and faith leaders gathered at Our Lady of Miraculous Medal Church in Wyandanch to advocate for the rights of farmworkers. Suffolk...

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