To support our families, we have to risk it. We have to migrate.
While supply chains struggle under the weight of the coronavirus, Hugo Susano, Rogelio Hernandez, and Ramiro Alvarado Cruz, are working hard to harvest the fresh produce bought at grocery stores across America. All three men are agricultural guest workers from Mexico who come every year to harvest apples and cherries in the state of Washington. In this podcast, they describe what it’s like to live and work in a foreign country in the midst of a global pandemic.