Tag Archives: field worker

Patricia Diaz

  Patricia shares the immigration story of her parents and talks about the values her father stressed.  She is Executive Director of SIREN (Services, Immigrant Rights & Education Network). Read More »

José

    English transcription of video: My name is Jose DeRenteria and my story begins like this. My father was a farmworker; at the time it was called Bracero. When he returned to Mexico after being here as a Bracero, we were a lot of family; lots of brothers and sisters. He was living in Mexico City with my mother ... Read More »

Profile of a South Coast Farmworker

The name has been changed in this story posted by the organization, Puente. When Pedro first arrived to the United States in 1983, he worked picking tomatoes in fields near Chula Vista, California. In those days, conditions for farmworkers were different and Pedro lived for months, along with other farmworkers, on the banks of a creek under a roof made ... Read More »

Jeremy Barousse

Jeremy’s grandparents left home in Poland when the Nazis invaded.  His grandmother was only 16 when she made it to a refugee camp. In California they worked in the fields. Read More »

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