The Limited ”Victory” Won by Mexican Farm Workers

Indigenous Triqui women work as laborers at the farms in San Quitin, Baja California. Photo Credit: David Bacon

Indigenous Triqui women work as laborers at the farms in San Quitin, Baja California. Photo Credit: David Bacon

By Bertha Rodríguez SantosCIP Americas Program | News Analysis

 

The farm workers of the San Quintin Valley have gotten the federal government to commit to facilitating negotiations for a wage hike, the central demand of the more than 80,000 agricultural laborers in this region of Baja California. But Lucila Hermandez, a spokesperson for the movement, warns that the agreement is still not a clear victory.

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Inicia la Cosecha de Justicia en San Quintín

By   |  16 / mayo / 2015

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