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Tagged with: Farmworkers

A profound web of hybrid histories in MoAD’s ‘Unruly Navigations’

Curator Key Jo Lee looks beyond the US perspective, taking an exciting global perspective on Black culture.

It’s a rough time to be proud of the US. In ‘Fight Like Hell,’ Kim Kelly finds a way

The labor reporter's first book is a historical journey showing workers that they've always forged their own path forward

‘It’s always been there:’ Dolores Huerta speaks out on racism and Jim Crow

At 91, the co-founder of the United Farmworkers Union is still active and speaking out against voter suppression.

Good Taste: The great Al Pastor Papi turns three

Miguel Escobedo reveals the next step for his popular, charitable taco trailer.

When bosses lie, workers die

More and more data shows that COVID transmission is happening not just at gatherings but at worksites.

Leaders under 30: Delano City Council’s Salvador Solorio-Ruiz says ‘change can’t wait’

'Young people want to be represented, and want to know that those who already have a seat at the table will make room for their voices to be heard.'

Tasty tales pile high at StorySlam’s Recipes for Resilience

A farmer of color, an ethnobotanist, a mutual aid organizer, a volunteer firefighter, more share their stories for virtual fundraiser

Al Pastor Papi: Best of the Bay 2020 Editors’ Picks

Hot and crispy tacos, outrageous horchata remixes, and food for farmworkers and others in need—that's a winning recipe.

A gonzo guide to great gifts (that will help local spots survive)

Everything you need: unique art, mouthwatering chocolates, radical guidebooks, nifty clothes, and brave women of color

BEST OF THE BAY 2020 EDITORS’ PICKS

We're highlighting some of the tremendous people, places, and things that made the Bay Area shine during one heck of a year