The leaders of the striking farm workers in San Quintin Valley in Baja California took busses and marched to the U.S. Mexico border wall in Tijuana, to draw attention to the fact that the tomatoes and strawberries they pick are exported to the U.S. | Auth
The leaders of the striking farm workers in San Quintin Valley in Baja California took busses and marched to the U.S. Mexico border wall in Tijuana, to draw
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