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  • Temporary farmworker talks about working conditions on Sumas berry farm, why he came to U.S.

    Samuel Mayorga Salas speaks about why he came to the United States for work and why he and others decided to go on strike from their jobs at Sarbanand Farms on Friday, Aug. 11, in Sumas. Salas is one of about 70 temporary farmworkers who were fired after going on strike in protest of working conditions and the death of one of their coworkers.

Samuel Mayorga Salas speaks about why he came to the United States for work and why he and others decided to go on strike from their jobs at Sarbanand Farms on Friday, Aug. 11, in Sumas. Salas is one of about 70 temporary farmworkers who were fired after going on strike in protest of working conditions and the death of one of their coworkers. Evan Abell The Bellingham Herald
Samuel Mayorga Salas speaks about why he came to the United States for work and why he and others decided to go on strike from their jobs at Sarbanand Farms on Friday, Aug. 11, in Sumas. Salas is one of about 70 temporary farmworkers who were fired after going on strike in protest of working conditions and the death of one of their coworkers. Evan Abell The Bellingham Herald

Fired Sumas farmworkers face uncertain future for themselves and their families

August 15, 2017 5:10 PM