In Spain, Olive Oil Producers Are Stuck at the Center of the Immigration Debate
Spanish nationalists claim there are too many immigrants. If that's the case, why can’t farmers find enough to hire?
#MeToo Is Creating a 'Ripple Effect' for Domestic and Farm Workers
Two leading organizers against harassment in domestic and farm work discuss harnessing the power of #MeToo to help give women the courage to fight for each other.
The Fight to Keep Sanctuary Cities for Undocumented Immigrants in Wisconsin
A proposed bill could threaten "sanctuary" policies that protect the state's undocumented immigrants from deportation.
Fair Trade Found to Be Failing Farm Workers and the Poor
Fair trade doesn’t pretend that it is absolutely perfect. But just who is benefiting from its premiums?
Mary Emily O'Hara
Is Obama Going to Do Anything About Dangerous Child Labor on Southern Tobacco Farms?
Short answer: Probably not.
The Evolutionary Resilience Issue
The Lost Boys of California
At the age when most American teenagers are trying to decide whom to ask to prom, Ernesto Valenzuela was instead weighing whether it was worse to die of thirst in the desert or have his throat slit by gangsters.