- A compound of farm and worker. (Wiktionary)
“Simply dressing/looking like a daylaborer or farmworker is not going to be enough.”
“This was a man who only two weeks earlier had raised a furor in France for calling a farmworker a “poor slob” when he yelled “Keep your dirty hands off me!” as Sarkozy greeted supporters at an agricultural event.”
“Family, friends recall farmworker's kindness, hard work firstname.lastname@example.org | Wednesday, Jul 21 2010 07: 12 PM”
“Oxfam calls farmworker conditions today the equivalent of a”
“Oxfam calls farmworker conditions today the equivalent of a "19th century plantation-style" model relying on field hands, rudimentary equipment, long hours, little pay, no benefits, under a basically "inhumane, anachronistic (system crying) out for reform.”
“Even though a farmworker is a black person, you cannot treat him as if you are still in 1989 during the (apartheid) years of the total onslaught.”
“At about that time, I got to know César Chávez, the great farmworker organizer.”
“Dust Bowl + great depression = really bad time to be a farmer or farmworker.”
“Susana de Anda's advocacy for clean drinking water in California's San Joaquin Valley is rooted in her childhood experiences growing up the daughter of a farmworker.”
“After farmers planted nearly 380,000 apple trees in 2009, the 1,500-acre cooperative has since begun raising pigs and cultivating bees for honey, farmworker Kim said.”
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