Dark Harvest: Migrant Farmworkers in America

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Linnet Books, 1993 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 150 pages
Describes the daily life and working conditions of migrant U.S. farmworkers, looks at modern agricultural operations, and suggests ways to improve the lives of migrant workers.

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Following the Crops
Migrant Families in the Streams
Hope for Tomorrow

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Ashabranner has worked in Ethiopia, Libya, and Nigeria for U.S. foreign assistance programs and for the Ford Foundation in the Philippines and Indonesia. He was director of the Peace Corps program in India and deputy director of the Peace Corps in Washington, DC.

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