Labor Trafficking at Grant Family Farms

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In 2010, Seth purchased a vegetable share from Grant Family Farms CSA, in Wellington, CO. Little did he know that a subcontractor had committed labor trafficking of undocumented workers 5 years prior, with a judge awarding $7.5 million to the 5 men for numerous violations of federal law in 2009. Seth tells their story, and how farmworkers are vulnerable to trafficking. Sources: Fields of fear for Colorado illegal farm laborers, The Denver post Does v. Rodriguez, CaseText John Doe v. Moises Rodriguez, Sherloc Human Trafficking For Labor Purposes AnAnalysis Of Immigration Policy And EconomicForces Within The United States, University of Central Florida Grant Farms entity again files for bankruptcy, Coloradoan Subcontractor Scheming: Holding Agricultural Companies Liable for Human Trafficking, Human Trafficking Search Immigrant Workers in US Agriculture: The Role of Labor Brokers in Vulnerability to Forced Labor, Verité Colorado Legal Services Photo: Zimbio

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