On today’s industrial farms, field workers harvest crops that they themselves can’t afford to buy. Join us as we ask how much we’re willing to pay for our food to assure that those who fill our plates are paid enough to eat what they harvest.Plenty for some.

Poverty for others. On today’s industrial farms, field workers harvest crops that they themselves can’t afford to buy. Join us as we ask how much we’re willing to pay for our food to assure that those who fill our plates are paid enough to eat what they harvest.

 

 

ON A World of Possibilities | December 27, 2012 |

Hungry Harvesters: Migrant Labor and the Poverty that Produces Our Plenty

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On today’s industrial farms, field workers harvest crops that they themselves can’t afford to buy. Join us as we ask how much we’re willing to pay for our food to assure that those who fill our plates are paid enough to eat what they harvest.Plenty for some.

Poverty for others. On today’s industrial farms, field workers harvest crops that they themselves can’t afford to buy. Join us as we ask how much we’re willing to pay for our food to assure that those who fill our plates are paid enough to eat what they harvest.

 

 

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