Opinion
March 28, 2016
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On Inequity, Philanthropy Must Take Risks and Empower Workers

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Conditions for farmworkers have not improved over decades, in part because foundations and wealthy donors won't support strong measures that could drastically reduce inequalities, says an opinion writer.

Foundations have long have poured millions of dollars into activism by California farmworkers to improve their well-being and the state’s agricultural system.

Yet today conditions for farmworkers are as bad as they were 30 or 40 years ago...

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