With tag: migrant_farmworkers
Farm Pimp Sentenced To 10 Months In Prison
U.S. Border Patrol says a Honduran man is going to prison for 10 months after
being convicted on charges he brought a prostitute to workers on dairy farms in
Vermont and New York.
Vermont's Bias-Free Policing Policy
By Jane Lindholm
The arrest of two migrant farmworkers during a routine traffic stop has effected a change in the state's bias-free policing policy, the Governor appointed an advisory panel to look at the state's investment in UVM and gold fever has struck in Central Vermont, again.
Advocates Protest Farm Worker Arrest
By Neal Charnoff
Human rights activists say two Vermont migrant farmworkers who were passengers in a car that was
stopped for speeding on Tuesday have been detained by police. Representatives
of the Vermont Workers Center say the state trooper who pulled the car over had no cause to ask the
men for their identification.
By Mitch Wertlieb
A new documentary produced by the Vermont Migrant Farmworkers Solidarity Project travels to a remote village in Chiapas to learn where many of Vermont's workers call home. Also, a look at a project that would bring electricity from Canada to New York City through underground cables in Lake Champlain.