Lisbeth Iglesias-Ríos

Farmworkers rights health
Credit: Michigan Farmworker Project

Op-ed: Farmworkers’ vicious cycle of precarious employment, exploitation and climate change

“We cannot be complacent with the exploitation of these vulnerable workers.”

She was sold to a man when she was 15 years old, had a baby and eventually was rescued. She was Guadalupe Martinez Rios, my grandmother.

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Farmworkers rights health
Crédito: Michigan Farmworker Project

Empleos precarizados, explotación y cambio climático: un pez que se muerde la cola para los trabajadores agrícolas

Fue vendida a un hombre cuando tenía 15 años, tuvo un bebé y eventualmente fue rescatada.

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