giovedì, settembre 21, 2017

Migrante

WELLINGTON, CO – OCTOBER 11: Mexican migrant workers harvest organic spinach at Grant Family Farms on October 11, 2011 in Wellington, Colorado. Although demand for the farm’s organic produce is high, Andy Grant said that his migrant labor force, mostly from Mexico, is sharply down this year and that he’ll be unable to harvest up to a third of his fall crops, leaving vegetables in the fields to rot. He said that stricter U.S. immigration policies nationwide have created a “climate of fear” in the immigrant community and many workers have either gone back to Mexico or have been deported. Although Grant requires proof of legal immigration status from his employees, undocumented migrant workers frequently obtain falsified permits in order to work throughout the U.S. Many farmers nationwide say they have found it nearly impossible to hire American citizens for labor-intensive seasonal farm work. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

Nicolina Pacini

“Nicolina è una vittima innocente di una relazione complicata”

Carlo Guerra, il sindaco di Ischitella, paese del Gargano dove ieri mattina è stata uccisa con un colpo di pistola la 15enne Nicolina Pacini, ha...