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Unsung Heroes: Mexican Laborers Still Working Hard In The Fields, Providing Our Food



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Without them, everything ceases to exist.
The people who put food on our table don’t get to work from home.
As the majority of Americans “shelter in place,” farmworkers head out to the fields, rain or shine, for 12 hour days, making sure we can restock our grocery shelves and put food on the table.

Like healthcare and grocery store workers, the United States’ 2.5 million farmworkers, most of them Mexican, many of them undocumented, have been designated “essential workers.”

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