Mily Trevino-Sauceda

Co-founder and Vice-President of Alianza Nacional de Campesinas and Founder of the Farmworker Women's Movement.

Co-founder and Vice-President of Alianza Nacional de Campesinas and Founder of the Farmworker Women's Movement.

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Conditions for agricultural laborers in the US have been described by the UN as “appalling." But tomato workers in Florida have won their freedom from virtual slave labor.

Justice for farmworkers

Conditions for agricultural laborers in the US have been described by the UN as “appalling." But tomato workers in Florida have won their freedom from virtual slave labor.

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