Fotonovelas and outreach guides created by Farmworker Justice and Rural Women’s Health Project for the PODER en SALUD project funded by PROCEED, Inc.
American University's Washington College of Law and the Centro de los Derechos del Migrante (Center for Migrant Rights) report on the lives of H-2B guestworkers in the Maryland crab industry. It is an excellent resource with lots of detailed information about housing conditions, common workplace injuries and sexual harassment. It also contains information on illegal recruitment fees the workers pay for the visa in their home countries.
Summary of policy development that affect farmworker health and access to health care. This issue focuses on the role of farmworker women in connecting communities to health care.
Fotonovelas that detail various HIV/AIDS-related situations for female farmworkers. Fotonovelas include:
- Comadre (Spanish only)
- A Light at the Store/Una Luz en la Tienda (English and Spanish)
- Married Women Can Get HIV Too/Mujeres Casadas Tambien Pueden Contraer VIH (English and Spanish)
- Reality/La Realidad (English and Spanish)