‘Every Child Deserves a Nice Christmas': How to Help Children of Farmworkers
Farmworkers and their families in Oxnard are feeling the squeeze of inflation like many across the nation, and a nonprofit in California is trying to ease the burden by gathering donations ahead of Christmas, which otherwise might be very bleak.
Julián Araujo: Helping Farmworkers in California – Part 2
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California Governor Approves Farmworker Unionization Law
California Gov. Gavin Newsom has approved one of the most contentious bills before him this year. It’s a measure aiding efforts by farmworkers to unionize that was backed by President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.
California Farmworkers Are Marching 335 Miles for Union Voting Rights
Starting Wednesday, farmworkers will march 15 miles up the Central Valley a day — missing work and time with their families — to demand legislation protecting them from voting intimidation.
Florida Farmworkers Fight for Protection From Heat
A legal campaign is underway to protect outdoor workers in Miami-Dade County from the heat. “Que Calor” or “How Hot” would require access to water and breaks to rest in the shade for farmworkers, plant nursery workers, day laborers, construction workers and others on the front lines of an increasingly hotter climate. Workers who show signs of heat illness must...
South Florida Farmworkers Fight for Protections as Climate Change Threatens Worker Safety
Farmworkers in South Florida are supporting efforts to create safety standards, including heat provisions and treatment for heat illness, as climate change makes working conditions deadly for some.
Migrants on Guest-Worker Visas Face Wage Theft, Abuse
From 2005 to 2020, U.S. employers around the country were ordered to pay more than $42.5 million in back wages to 69,000 workers who perform seasonal low-wage jobs on guest worker visas