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April 4, 2015
Tijuana, Mexico - Farmworkers in AONEMJS on strike for better conditions and pay. From the San Quintin Valley in Baja California migrant workers march to the U.S.A Mexico border, to draw attention to the fact that the tomatoes and strawberries they pick are exported to the U.S.A.  AONEMJS is a new union. The workers are indigenous Mixtec and Triqui migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico. © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Tijuana, Mexico – Farmworkers in AONEMJS on strike for better conditions and pay. From the San Quintin Valley in Baja California migrant workers march to the U.S.A Mexico border, to draw attention to the fact that the tomatoes and strawberries they pick are exported to the U.S.A. AONEMJS is a new union. The workers are indigenous Mixtec and Triqui migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico.
© David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Tijuana, Mexico - Farmworkers in AONEMJS on strike for better conditions and pay. From the San Quintin Valley in Baja California migrant workers march to the U.S.A Mexico border, to draw attention to the fact that the tomatoes and strawberries they pick are exported to the U.S.A.  AONEMJS is a new union. The workers are indigenous Mixtec and Triqui migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico. © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Tijuana, Mexico – Farmworkers in AONEMJS on strike for better conditions and pay. From the San Quintin Valley in Baja California migrant workers march to the U.S.A Mexico border, to draw attention to the fact that the tomatoes and strawberries they pick are exported to the U.S.A. AONEMJS is a new union. The workers are indigenous Mixtec and Triqui migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico.
© David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Tijuana, Mexico - Farmworkers in AONEMJS on strike for better conditions and pay. From the San Quintin Valley in Baja California migrant workers march to the U.S.A Mexico border, to draw attention to the fact that the tomatoes and strawberries they pick are exported to the U.S.A.  AONEMJS is a new union. The workers are indigenous Mixtec and Triqui migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico. © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Tijuana, Mexico – Farmworkers in AONEMJS on strike for better conditions and pay. From the San Quintin Valley in Baja California migrant workers march to the U.S.A Mexico border, to draw attention to the fact that the tomatoes and strawberries they pick are exported to the U.S.A. AONEMJS is a new union. The workers are indigenous Mixtec and Triqui migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico.
© David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk