Andres Cediel

University of California, Berkeley

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Journalist with the Investigative Reporting Program at the University of California, Berkeley and producer of the documentary Rape in the Fields, a Frontline/Univision co-production

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Migrant workers labor under conditions that some describe as a kind of indentured servitude and, until not that long ago, the very worst of the worst offenders were the tomato farms of…

Can Big Business Improve the Plight of America's Farm Workers?

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