Fingers to the Bone: Child Farmworkers in the U.S.| 5mins
Director: Human Rights Watch | Producer: Human Rights Watch
Focus Years: 2010 | Country: United States
The United States is failing to protect hundreds of thousands of children engaged in often grueling and dangerous farmwork. Current federal law permits children under age 18 to work for hire in agriculture. However, many do work at far younger ages, for far longer hours, and in far more hazardous conditions than in any other industry. Footage by U. Roberto Romano.
Fingers to the Bone: Child Farmworkers in the U.S. | 5mins
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