2 edition of Selected films for migrant workers. found in the catalog.
Selected films for migrant workers.
United States. Public Health Service. Division of Community Health Services.
1964 in Washington .
Written in English
|Series||Public Health Service publication, no. 869|
|LC Classifications||HD5856.U5 A525 1964|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||64062441|
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“Radio man” is Diego, a boy in a family of migrant workers who pick fruit and vegetables from the Southwest to as far north as Washington state. Although his family moves frequently, Diego has close relationships with his parents, sister, grandparents, cousins, and. A detailed author's note speaks to the wisdom of parents and teachers, helping them to further teach young learners about the rights of migrant workers to decent working and living conditions.
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On Feb. 6, in a collision between a van and a truck on a rural road near Stratford, Ontario, 11 people died, 10 of them temporary agricultural workers. Most were from Peru. With this horrific crash, the eyes of many Canadians were opened to a little-known sector of the Canadian workforce – migrant workers.
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The correspondence in this online collection comprises the personal and administrative communication of Charles L. Todd and Robert Sonkin relating to the Todd/Sonkin Migrant Workers Collection.
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Photographer Gary Harwood spent four years documenting the migrant workers who live and work in Hartville, Ohio. Writer David Hassler put words to the project.
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The selected films, he pointed out, were being given an aid of ₹2 lakh each for subtitling and other finishing touches. So, a chunk of this. Here's a small taste of the setting in THE MIGRANT REPORT, the first book in my new series. His sister despairs of finding him among the thousands of migrant workers flooding into the Arabian.
Public Health Service. Division of Community Health Practice., Agricultural migrants, selected films. Title(s): Selected films for migrant workers.
Edition: [Rev. ed.] Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Washington  Description: 16 p. Language: English MeSH: Motion Pictures as Topic*; Public Health*; Transients and Migrants.
He estimates that during the s there were some two million migrant farm workers in the United States, in the s, about one million. With mechanization the. Through sincere and frustrating negotiation to get access to film the migrant workers, Second Class becomes a discussion about class, the value of work and human.
While showing the filming process film raises questions about power relations in film industry itself. Brazilian International Labour Film Festival. PHOENIX — Even though legal migrant workers are essential to the U.S.
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