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Emory, Georgia Tech researchers receive $2.46 million grant to develop intelligent tools for assessing the effects of heat exposure on farmworkers

Emory, Georgia Tech researchers receive $2.46 million grant to develop intelligent tools for assessing effects of heat exposure on farmworkers ‘FWAF collaborates with Emory and …

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FWAF STATEMENT ON INDIGENOUS DAY 2022

OCTOBER 10, 2022. Today is indigenous people’s day and as some institutions are closed with paper signage saying, “Closed in observance of Columbus Day,” please …

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FWAF STATEMENT ON DACA AND 5TH CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS

OCTOBER 10, 2022. This week, the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals determined that 600,000 young undocumented immigrants are “illegal”. These young adults, who were brought …

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FWAF Statement on Governor DeSantis Flying Immigrants to Martha’s Vineyard

The Farmworker Association of Florida denounces the actions of Florida governor Ron DeSantis in putting immigrants on airplanes to Martha’s Vineyard. These actions represent another …

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Worker Justice

Why Aren’t Federal Agencies Enforcing Pesticide Rules That Protect Farmworkers?

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Health and Environmental Justice

Most Farmworkers Speak Spanish, but Pesticide Safety Labels Are Often Only Printed in English

 

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Memorial quilts on show in Apopka

A special exhibit of a FWAF community quilting project is underway at the Museum of the Apopkans. The beautiful and meaningful quilts, mostly made by …

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In Observance of Juneteenth 2022, Statement by the Farmworker Association of Florida

On Juneteenth, the Farmworker Association of Florida recognizes the importance of this holiday  to the nation and to the African American former farmworkers in our …

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Health and Environmental Justice

In the news: Hispanic and Latino farmworkers at high risk from pesticide use in agriculture

The Guardian quotes a new study authored by the Farmworker Association of Florida and others. In their article “People of color more likely to be …

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