Join us in this panel where we will explore the future of farm work beyond the COVID-19 pandemic, which exposed and deepened the health and economic disparities that farmworkers have long faced. How can we ensure farmworkers recover from this crisis with lasting systemic change that values their essential work for the long run? With farmworkers facing continued changes and disruptions like climate change, automation, and the growth of the H-2A program, how can local communities work to ensure dignity and justice for farmworkers in the workplace?
Van Do-Reynoso- Director of Santa Barbara Public Health
Israel Vasquez-Nicolas- Program Coordinator, Ventura County Farmworker Resource Program
Dawson Morton- Workers Rights Attorney
Fernando Martinez- Community Organizer, Mixteco Indigena Community Organizing Project