Lori Flores on farmworkers' rights amid and beyond the pandemic
A conversation with Lori Flores.
Stony Brook University associate professor history Lori Flores's research and writing focuses on Latino life, labor, and politics in the United States from the post-WWII era to the present day. We discuss farmworkers' rights amid (and beyond) the pandemic.
Link to the Food52 story we discuss here.
United Farm Workers https://ufw.org/
Coalition of Immokalee Workers https://ciw-online.org/
National Center for Farmworker Health http://www.ncfh.org/
Food Chain Workers Alliance http://foodchainworkers.org/
United Food and Commercial Workers Union http://www.ufcw.org/
An example of a food security initiative: No Us Without You (effort to feed undocumented restaurant workers in Los Angeles): https://www.nouswithoutyou.la/
An example of a community market: People's Market in Bloomington, Indiana: https://www.limestonepostmagazine.com/peoples-market-ethos-focuses-on-food-justice-mutual-aid/
Photo Courtesy of Lori Flores
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