A Closer Look at New York’s First Farmworkers Union
Unionizing offers pathways to securing many of the benefits long denied to agricultural workers, like paid time off and safer working conditions. But almost two years since they gained the right to collectively bargain, only 12 out of New York’s 58,000 farmworkers have joined a union.
New York’s Excluded Workers Fund Running Out of Money
After a staggering number of applications, advocates in New York are calling for more money for the first-of-its-kind pandemic relief fund for undocumented workers.
New LANDFALL Documentary Goes Way Beyond the ‘Toxic Narrative’ of ‘Puerto Rican Dependency’
And it’s not just a film only for Puerto Ricans.