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Baltazar Arvizu, 50, says that in his more than 30 years working as a migrant farmworker throughout the United States, he has lived in housing camps that were like “barns for animals.”
Baltazar Arvizu, 50, says that in his more than 30 years working as a migrant farmworker throughout the United States, he has lived in housing camps that were like “barns for animals.”

Still Harvesting Shame

Migrant farmworkers often face dehydration and pesticide exposure in the field, but their plight doesn’t end there. A new investigation takes a look inside the “camps” that house migrant farmworkers while also revealing the Big Ag connections.