Cargando Video...

The farm laborers of Immokalee that Irma left homeless and jobless

About 75% of Immokalee's population is Latino; agricultural workers earning an average of $1,400 per month, while the most affordable housing costs $1,500 for a mobile home in poor condition. So, each trailer is usually shared by two families, or more. After the passage of Irma, many of these homes were left uninhabitable, but for their undocumented tenants there are no other options.

Univision25 Dic 2017 – 3:57 PM EST

Comparte
Cargando Playlist...