This movie is a look behind the scenes at who picks our food. Many farmworkers are kids.
A look at the conditions of some workers who make Apple iPhones and pick our blueberries.
Can you name this famous labor rights activist?
A law signed by President Obama on December 8, 2010 will give money to more than 75,000 black farmers who faced discrimination when applying for the government loans they needed to stay in business in the 1980s and 90s.
Armando helps farmworkers learn that no employer should be allowed to underpay them or treat them badly.
U.S. labor law does not recognize the right of farmworkers to overtime pay or the right to organize unions.
Forced to work in unsafe and unjust terms, immigrant farmworkers in Florida have fought back.
On April 9, the Coalition of Immokalee Workers (CIW) won a huge victory when McDonald’s agreed to the demands of the tomato pickers.
Tomatoes grown in southwest Florida end up in foods sold at Taco Bell and McDonald’s. But even the fastest tomato farmworker makes barely enough in one hour to buy a Happy Meal from McDonald’s. The workers are not asking for a lot — just one more penny per pound of tomatoes and work without mistreatment.