On Farm Labor in the United States (1/2)

Part One: How Consumers (and Laws) Overlook Farm Workers Fifty years ago this fall, Filipino American farm workers in Delano, California, walked out of the grape fields to demand better pay and working conditions. They joined forces with a predominantly Latino farm workers union and the strike spread. This new coalition called itself the United Farm Workers, or UFW. Both a social movement and union, … Continue reading On Farm Labor in the United States (1/2)