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Florida's Farmworkers in the Twenty-first Century (Florida History and Culture) Hardcover – April 19, 2003
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"Historically, farmworkers have been among the most exploited of America's many laboring groups. They are not forgotten people, but they are indeed America's most ignored. In a book of significant social importance, Nano Riley and Davida Johns remind us, with honesty and passion, of Florida's own 'harvest of shame'."
"Hidden in parts of rural Florida is a way of life that has more in common with the 19th century than the 21st. Nano Riley and Davida Johns shine a much-needed spotlight on the sometimes horrific working conditions faced by tens of thousands of people."
About the Author
Nano Riley is a freelance journalist living in St. Petersburg, Florida. She has written for the St. Petersburg Times, The Daily Planet, and many other national publications. Davida Johns is an award-winning photographer, currently serving in the Peace Corps in Belize.
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