Seville, California. Orange harvest. California grows about half of the nation’s food.  Nearly all of California’s 500,000 farmworkers are undocumented. The Dread and Hope of Migrant Farmers and Families, for @californiasunday wit
Pixley, California. Downtown.
"The ICE agent asked, 'How old is your baby?' The cousin told her, 'Five years old.' The agent said, 'He’s old enough to take care of himself.'” Ankle monitor, Mendota, California. The Dread and Hope of Migrant Farmers and Famili
Riders near Cherry Creek. South Dakota, USA. 2016. This image is available as part of the Magnum Square Print Sale for one week only. Follow link in profile. "Temperatures dip into the negative 50s as riders from the Standing Rock, Cheyenn
Corner store. Modesto, California. I talked about poverty and the mythologies of America in an interview on @magnumphotos today. Follow link in profile to view.
Mendota, California.  Downtown.  About half of Mendota’s 11,000 residents fled war and violence in El Salvador — many given protected status under previous US administrations. “Life is good here," one man said. "My son is b
Julio at home. The American-born son of an undocumented father, he fears his father will be deported without him. "My son says, 'Let's not go out because ICE will come,' " his father Rodrigo said.

For @californiasunday with @economicha
Jorge and his son Enrique were separated and detained in Texas in June after taking a bus through Honduras, walking through Mexico, and crossing the Rio Grande in a raft. The adults were told to get in one line and the children in another.
Picking citrus during harvest. Forty workers at Bee Sweet Citrus in Fowler, California lost their jobs after federal immigration agents began checking records. Others left of their own accord as word of the crackdown spread.  For @californi
CBS Sunday Morning profiled the Geography of Poverty.  Follow link in profile to view.  El Paso, Texas. 2015.
It was a pleasure talking with Weekend Edition @NPR about the Geography of Poverty. Follow link in profile to hear the interview.  USA. Rome, Mississippi. 2017.
Fresno, California.  Dreamer. “I don’t really have a backup plan;  I’m scared.  I have a good, stable job right now.  Once DACA ends, I’m afraid I’ll lose everything.  I’m just going to be a nobody again.”
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