Thousands of people in Immokalee are struggling to eat, pay rent and keep the power on. Ever since the January freeze thousands of farm workers have had their hours in the fields cut to a fraction of what they used to be. For many there is NO work. And since they are unable to work they’re also unable to purchase and businesses are hurting. One, however, is seeing a slight increase. WGCU’s Luis Hernandez reports.
Tuesday, 23 February 2010 08:45
The Freeze, Farm Workers and Immokalee’s EconomyWritten by Luis Hernandez