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Farm workers demanding Trade Union recognition march to Sakuma Farms, a large berry grower in Washington. The workers and their supporters are demanding that the company bargain a contract with their union, Familias Unidas por la Justicia (FUJ).  The workers are migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico. Burlington, USA,  © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk Tel: 01789-262151/07831-121483  info@reportdigital.co.uk  NUJ recommended terms & conditions apply. Moral rights asserted under Copyright Designs & Patents Act 1988. Credit is required. No part of this photo to be stored, reproduced, manipulated or transmitted by any means without permission.

Farm workers demanding Trade Union recognition march to Sakuma Farms, a large berry grower in Washington. The workers and their supporters are demanding that the company bargain a contract with their union, Familias Unidas por la Justicia (FUJ). The workers are migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico. Burlington, USA,
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End the slavery. Farm workers demanding Trade Union recognition march to Sakuma Farms, a large berry grower in Washington. The workers and their supporters are demanding that the company bargain a contract with their union, Familias Unidas por la Justicia (FUJ).  The workers are migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico. Burlington, USA,  © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk Tel: 01789-262151/07831-121483  info@reportdigital.co.uk  NUJ recommended terms & conditions apply. Moral rights asserted under Copyright Designs & Patents Act 1988. Credit is required. No part of this photo to be stored, reproduced, manipulated or transmitted by any means without permission.

End the slavery. Farm workers demanding Trade Union recognition march to Sakuma Farms, a large berry grower in Washington. The workers and their supporters are demanding that the company bargain a contract with their union, Familias Unidas por la Justicia (FUJ). The workers are migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico. Burlington, USA,
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Boycott Driscolls, Farm workers demanding Trade Union recognition march to Sakuma Farms, a large berry grower in Washington. The workers and their supporters are demanding that the company bargain a contract with their union, Familias Unidas por la Justicia (FUJ).  The workers are migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico. Burlington, USA,  © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk Tel: 01789-262151/07831-121483  info@reportdigital.co.uk  NUJ recommended terms & conditions apply. Moral rights asserted under Copyright Designs & Patents Act 1988. Credit is required. No part of this photo to be stored, reproduced, manipulated or transmitted by any means without permission.

Boycott Driscolls, Farm workers demanding Trade Union recognition march to Sakuma Farms, a large berry grower in Washington. The workers and their supporters are demanding that the company bargain a contract with their union, Familias Unidas por la Justicia (FUJ). The workers are migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico. Burlington, USA,
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Blanca Velasquez a AFL-CIO organiser with farm workers demanding Trade Union recognition march to Sakuma Farms, a large berry grower in Washington. The workers and their supporters are demanding that the company bargain a contract with their union, Familias Unidas por la Justicia (FUJ).  The workers are migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico. Burlington, USA © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk Tel: 01789-262151/07831-121483  info@reportdigital.co.uk  NUJ recommended terms & conditions apply. Moral rights asserted under Copyright Designs & Patents Act 1988. Credit is required. No part of this photo to be stored, reproduced, manipulated or transmitted by any means without permission.

Blanca Velasquez a AFL-CIO organiser with farm workers demanding Trade Union recognition march to Sakuma Farms, a large berry grower in Washington. The workers and their supporters are demanding that the company bargain a contract with their union, Familias Unidas por la Justicia (FUJ). The workers are migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico. Burlington, USA
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Farm workers demanding Trade Union recognition at Sakuma Farms, a large berry grower in Washington. The workers and their supporters are demanding that the company bargain a contract with their union, Familias Unidas por la Justicia (FUJ). The workers are migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico. Burlington, USA,  © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk Tel: 01789-262151/07831-121483  info@reportdigital.co.uk  NUJ recommended terms & conditions apply. Moral rights asserted under Copyright Designs & Patents Act 1988. Credit is required. No part of this photo to be stored, reproduced, manipulated or transmitted by any means without permission.

Farm workers demanding Trade Union recognition at Sakuma Farms, a large berry grower in Washington. The workers and their supporters are demanding that the company bargain a contract with their union, Familias Unidas por la Justicia (FUJ). The workers are migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico. Burlington, USA,
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Children of farm workers outside the Sakuma Farms labor camp.  Their parents are indigenous migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico. © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk Tel: 01789-262151/07831-121483  info@reportdigital.co.uk  NUJ recommended terms & conditions apply. Moral rights asserted under Copyright Designs & Patents Act 1988. Credit is required. No part of this photo to be stored, reproduced, manipulated or transmitted by any means without permission.

Children of farm workers outside the Sakuma Farms labor camp. Their parents are indigenous migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico.
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A harvestor picking raspberries mechanically on a farm in Lynden, Washington USA © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk Tel: 01789-262151/07831-121483  info@reportdigital.co.uk  NUJ recommended terms & conditions apply. Moral rights asserted under Copyright Designs & Patents Act 1988. Credit is required. No part of this photo to be stored, reproduced, manipulated or transmitted by any means without permission.

A harvestor picking raspberries mechanically on a farm in Lynden, Washington USA
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Migrant workers sorting fruit on a harvestor picking raspberries mechanically, Lynden, Washington USA © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk Tel: 01789-262151/07831-121483  info@reportdigital.co.uk  NUJ recommended terms & conditions apply. Moral rights asserted under Copyright Designs & Patents Act 1988. Credit is required. No part of this photo to be stored, reproduced, manipulated or transmitted by any means without permission.

Migrant workers sorting fruit on a harvestor picking raspberries mechanically, Lynden, Washington USA
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Migrant workers sorting fruit on a harvestor picking raspberries mechanically, Lynden, Washington USA © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk Tel: 01789-262151/07831-121483  info@reportdigital.co.uk  NUJ recommended terms & conditions apply. Moral rights asserted under Copyright Designs & Patents Act 1988. Credit is required. No part of this photo to be stored, reproduced, manipulated or transmitted by any means without permission.

Migrant workers sorting fruit on a harvestor picking raspberries mechanically, Lynden, Washington USA
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Migrant workers sorting fruit on a harvestor picking raspberries mechanically, Lynden, Washington USA © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk Tel: 01789-262151/07831-121483  info@reportdigital.co.uk  NUJ recommended terms & conditions apply. Moral rights asserted under Copyright Designs & Patents Act 1988. Credit is required. No part of this photo to be stored, reproduced, manipulated or transmitted by any means without permission.

Migrant workers sorting fruit on a harvestor picking raspberries mechanically, Lynden, Washington USA
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Teenagers eat lunch, sorting fruit on a harvestor picking raspberries mechanically, Lynden, Washington USA © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk Tel: 01789-262151/07831-121483  info@reportdigital.co.uk  NUJ recommended terms & conditions apply. Moral rights asserted under Copyright Designs & Patents Act 1988. Credit is required. No part of this photo to be stored, reproduced, manipulated or transmitted by any means without permission.

Teenagers eat lunch, sorting fruit on a harvestor picking raspberries mechanically, Lynden, Washington USA
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Mexico, Baja California Norte, Farm workers going to work early in the morning.  The workers are almost all indigenous Mixtec and Triqui migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico. © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Mexico, Baja California Norte, Farm workers going to work early in the morning. The workers are almost all indigenous Mixtec and Triqui migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico.
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Mexico, Baja California Norte, Farm workers going to work early in the morning.  The workers are almost all indigenous Mixtec and Triqui migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico. © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Mexico, Baja California Norte, Farm workers going to work early in the morning. The workers are almost all indigenous Mixtec and Triqui migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico.
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Mexico, Baja California Norte, Farm workers going to work early in the morning.  The workers are almost all indigenous Mixtec and Triqui migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico. © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Mexico, Baja California Norte, Farm workers going to work early in the morning. The workers are almost all indigenous Mixtec and Triqui migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico.
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Mexico, Baja California Norte, Farm workers going to work early in the morning. A shopkeeper shows historical photographs of earlier strikes and social movements in the valley to workers waiting to go to work.  The workers are almost all indigenous Mixtec and Triqui migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico. © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Mexico, Baja California Norte, Farm workers going to work early in the morning. A shopkeeper shows historical photographs of earlier strikes and social movements in the valley to workers waiting to go to work. The workers are almost all indigenous Mixtec and Triqui migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico.
© David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Mexico, Baja California Norte, Farm workers show up for work on the Hill Ranch early in the morning, but don't get hired.  The workers are almost all indigenous Mixtec and Triqui migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico.   © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Mexico, Baja California Norte, Farm workers show up for work on the Hill Ranch early in the morning, but don’t get hired. The workers are almost all indigenous Mixtec and Triqui migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico.
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Mexico, Baja California Norte, children of farm workers in their accommodation at Rancho Los Pinos.  The workers in Los Pinos are almost all indigenous Mixtec and Triqui migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico.   © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Mexico, Baja California Norte, children of farm workers in their accommodation at Rancho Los Pinos. The workers in Los Pinos are almost all indigenous Mixtec and Triqui migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico.
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Mexico, Baja California Norte, children of farm workers in their accommodation at Rancho Los Pinos.  The workers in Los Pinos are almost all indigenous Mixtec and Triqui migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico.   © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Mexico, Baja California Norte, children of farm workers in their accommodation at Rancho Los Pinos. The workers in Los Pinos are almost all indigenous Mixtec and Triqui migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico.
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Mexico, Baja California Norte, accommodation at Rancho Los Pinos.  The workers in Los Pinos are almost all indigenous Mixtec and Triqui migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico.   © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Mexico, Baja California Norte, accommodation at Rancho Los Pinos. The workers in Los Pinos are almost all indigenous Mixtec and Triqui migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico.
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Mexico, Indigenous women wait as farm workers demonstrate their support for their independent association, The Alianza. Leaders try to negotiate wage increases with the government.  The workers are almost all indigenous Mixtec and Triqui migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico.  © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Mexico, Indigenous women wait as farm workers demonstrate their support for their independent association, The Alianza. Leaders try to negotiate wage increases with the government. The workers are almost all indigenous Mixtec and Triqui migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico.
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Mexico, Indigenous women wait as farm workers demonstrate their support for their independent association, The Alianza. Leaders try to negotiate wage increases with the government.  The workers are almost all indigenous Mixtec and Triqui migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico.  © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Mexico, Indigenous women wait as farm workers demonstrate their support for their independent association, The Alianza. Leaders try to negotiate wage increases with the government. The workers are almost all indigenous Mixtec and Triqui migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico.
© David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Mexico, Indigenous women wait as farm workers demonstrate their support for their independent association, The Alianza. Leaders try to negotiate wage increases with the government.  The workers are almost all indigenous Mixtec and Triqui migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico.  © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Mexico, Indigenous women wait as farm workers demonstrate their support for their independent association, The Alianza. Leaders try to negotiate wage increases with the government. The workers are almost all indigenous Mixtec and Triqui migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico.
© David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Mexico, Alianza leader, Fidel Sanchez, speaking to farm workers supporting their independent association, The Alianza. Leaders try to negotiate wage increases with the government.  The workers are almost all indigenous Mixtec and Triqui migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico.  © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Mexico, Alianza leader, Fidel Sanchez, speaking to farm workers supporting their independent association, The Alianza. Leaders try to negotiate wage increases with the government. The workers are almost all indigenous Mixtec and Triqui migrants from Oaxaca, in southern Mexico.
© David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Solar farm being installed in Pembrokeshire in front of the Valero oil refinery, Rhoscrowther, Pembrokeshire. © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Solar farm being installed in Pembrokeshire in front of the Valero oil refinery, Rhoscrowther, Pembrokeshire.
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Harvesting cauliflowers in the rain, Cornwall © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Harvesting cauliflowers in the rain, Cornwall
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Solar farm being installed in Pembrokeshire in front of the Valero oil refinery, Rhoscrowther, Pembrokeshire. © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Solar farm being installed in Pembrokeshire in front of the Valero oil refinery, Rhoscrowther, Pembrokeshire.
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Ground mounted Photovoltaic panels at a Solar energy park on a nursery in the Vale of Evesham, Worcestershire © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Ground mounted Photovoltaic panels at a Solar energy park on a nursery in the Vale of Evesham, Worcestershire
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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

Farmers demanding better prices for milk blockade the Iceland distribution centre, Swindon © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Farmers demanding better prices for milk blockade the Iceland distribution centre, Swindon
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Farmers demanding better prices for milk blockade the Iceland distribution centre, Swindon © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Farmers demanding better prices for milk blockade the Iceland distribution centre, Swindon
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Farmers demanding better prices for milk blockade the Iceland distribution centre, Swindon © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Farmers demanding better prices for milk blockade the Iceland distribution centre, Swindon
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Farmers demanding better prices for milk blockade the Iceland distribution centre, Swindon © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Farmers demanding better prices for milk blockade the Iceland distribution centre, Swindon
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David Handley Chairman of  FFA. Farmers demanding better prices for milk blockade the Iceland distribution centre, Swindon © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

David Handley Chairman of FFA. Farmers demanding better prices for milk blockade the Iceland distribution centre, Swindon
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David Handley Chairman of  FFA. Farmers demanding better prices for milk blockade the Iceland distribution centre, Swindon © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

David Handley Chairman of FFA. Farmers demanding better prices for milk blockade the Iceland distribution centre, Swindon
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Muck spreading on a farm, Warwickshire © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Muck spreading on a farm, Warwickshire
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Muck spreading on a farm, Warwickshire © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Muck spreading on a farm, Warwickshire
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Muck spreading on a farm, Warwickshire © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Muck spreading on a farm, Warwickshire
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Muck spreading on a farm, Warwickshire © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Muck spreading on a farm, Warwickshire
© John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Athens, Greece: Farmers from Greek Crete a protest against a property tax on agricultural plots of land. © Gerasimos Koilakos/Invision/reportdigital.co.uk

Athens, Greece: Farmers from Greek Crete a protest against a property tax on agricultural plots of land.
© Gerasimos Koilakos/Invision/reportdigital.co.uk

Waco, Texas - Forensic scientist Dr. Lori Baker and her students at Baylor University try to identify the remains of unidentified migrants who died trying to enter the United States without legal documents. Most perished in a long, hot walk as they tried to evade a Border Patrol checkpoint 70 miles north of the border. Dr Baker is director of Reuniting Families, an effort to identify and repatriate to families the remains of undocumented immigrants that die crossing the southern U.S. border. © Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Waco, Texas – Forensic scientist Dr. Lori Baker and her students at Baylor University try to identify the remains of unidentified migrants who died trying to enter the United States without legal documents. Most perished in a long, hot walk as they tried to evade a Border Patrol checkpoint 70 miles north of the border. Dr Baker is director of Reuniting Families, an effort to identify and repatriate to families the remains of undocumented immigrants that die crossing the southern U.S. border.
© Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Waco, Texas - The remains of unidentified migrants who died trying to enter the United States without legal documents in the lab of Forensic scientist Dr. Lori Baker and her students at Baylor University who are trying to identify the remains of unidentified migrants who died trying to enter the United States without legal documents. Most perished in a long, hot walk as they tried to evade a Border Patrol checkpoint 70 miles north of the border. Dr Baker is director of Reuniting Families, an effort to identify and repatriate to families the remains of undocumented immigrants that die crossing the southern U.S. border. © Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Waco, Texas – The remains of unidentified migrants who died trying to enter the United States without legal documents in the lab of Forensic scientist Dr. Lori Baker and her students at Baylor University who are trying to identify the remains of unidentified migrants who died trying to enter the United States without legal documents. Most perished in a long, hot walk as they tried to evade a Border Patrol checkpoint 70 miles north of the border. Dr Baker is director of Reuniting Families, an effort to identify and repatriate to families the remains of undocumented immigrants that die crossing the southern U.S. border.
© Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Waco, Texas - The remains of unidentified migrants who died trying to enter the United States without legal documents in the lab of Forensic scientist Dr. Lori Baker and her students at Baylor University who are trying to identify the remains of unidentified migrants who died trying to enter the United States without legal documents. Most perished in a long, hot walk as they tried to evade a Border Patrol checkpoint 70 miles north of the border. Dr Baker is director of Reuniting Families, an effort to identify and repatriate to families the remains of undocumented immigrants that die crossing the southern U.S. border. © Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Waco, Texas – The remains of unidentified migrants who died trying to enter the United States without legal documents in the lab of Forensic scientist Dr. Lori Baker and her students at Baylor University who are trying to identify the remains of unidentified migrants who died trying to enter the United States without legal documents. Most perished in a long, hot walk as they tried to evade a Border Patrol checkpoint 70 miles north of the border. Dr Baker is director of Reuniting Families, an effort to identify and repatriate to families the remains of undocumented immigrants that die crossing the southern U.S. border.
© Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Waco, Texas - A scanner makes a 3D image of the skull of an unidentified migrant who died trying to enter the United States without legal documents. Forensic scientist Dr. Lori Baker and her students at Baylor University are trying to identify the remains of unidentified migrants who died trying to enter the United States without legal documents. Most perished in a long, hot walk as they tried to evade a Border Patrol checkpoint 70 miles north of the border. Dr Baker is director of Reuniting Families, an effort to identify and repatriate to families the remains of undocumented immigrants that die crossing the southern U.S. border. © Jim West/reportdigital.co.u

Waco, Texas – A scanner makes a 3D image of the skull of an unidentified migrant who died trying to enter the United States without legal documents. Forensic scientist Dr. Lori Baker and her students at Baylor University are trying to identify the remains of unidentified migrants who died trying to enter the United States without legal documents. Most perished in a long, hot walk as they tried to evade a Border Patrol checkpoint 70 miles north of the border. Dr Baker is director of Reuniting Families, an effort to identify and repatriate to families the remains of undocumented immigrants that die crossing the southern U.S. border.
© Jim West/reportdigital.co.u

Falfurrias, Texas -  Unknown female. Graves in Sacred Heart Cemetery where the remains of unidentified migrants are buried. Dozens of migrants without legal papers die each year in the long, hot walk around a Border Patrol checkpoint 70 miles north of the Mexican border. Small aluminum grave markers and artificial flowers mark the graves, lacking names, they carry serial numbers and terse descriptions of the contents buried below. © Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Falfurrias, Texas – Unknown female. Graves in Sacred Heart Cemetery where the remains of unidentified migrants are buried. Dozens of migrants without legal papers die each year in the long, hot walk around a Border Patrol checkpoint 70 miles north of the Mexican border. Small aluminum grave markers and artificial flowers mark the graves, lacking names, they carry serial numbers and terse descriptions of the contents buried below.
© Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Falfurrias, Texas - A deputy sheriff and a state trooper look on while a passing motorist treats an injured man after a van holding 26 undocumented immigrants from Central America overturned on Texas Highway 285. The driver had picked up the migrants just down the road after they had completed a several-day walk to get around a Border Patrol checkpoint. Overloaded and unstable, the van crashed as it drove away at high speed. Two seriously-injured men remained at the scene. The others ran off, pursued by Border Patrol officers. © Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Falfurrias, Texas – A deputy sheriff and a state trooper look on while a passing motorist treats an injured man after a van holding 26 undocumented immigrants from Central America overturned on Texas Highway 285. The driver had picked up the migrants just down the road after they had completed a several-day walk to get around a Border Patrol checkpoint. Overloaded and unstable, the van crashed as it drove away at high speed. Two seriously-injured men remained at the scene. The others ran off, pursued by Border Patrol officers.
© Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Falfurrias, Texas - U.S. Border Patrol officers and a deputy sheriff question undocumented immigrants from Central America found hiding after a van holding 26 migrants crashed and overturned on Texas Highway 285. © Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Falfurrias, Texas – U.S. Border Patrol officers and a deputy sheriff question undocumented immigrants from Central America found hiding after a van holding 26 migrants crashed and overturned on Texas Highway 285.
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Falfurrias, Texas - A sign at the permanent U.S. Border Patrol checkpoint on Highway 281, about 70 miles north of the border indicating the number of drug seizures and arrests of undocumented immigrants. Dozens of immigrants die each year trying to walk around this checkpoint through hot, inhospitable terrain. © Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Falfurrias, Texas – A sign at the permanent U.S. Border Patrol checkpoint on Highway 281, about 70 miles north of the border indicating the number of drug seizures and arrests of undocumented immigrants. Dozens of immigrants die each year trying to walk around this checkpoint through hot, inhospitable terrain.
© Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Brownsville, Texas - A nearly-completed section of the border fence that separates the United States from Mexico. Since the fence does not always run next to the border at the Rio Grande river, gates are installed to allow farmers access to their fields. © Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Brownsville, Texas – A nearly-completed section of the border fence that separates the United States from Mexico. Since the fence does not always run next to the border at the Rio Grande river, gates are installed to allow farmers access to their fields.
© Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Macdoel, California: Migrant Mexican farmworkers pick the flowers, fruit and runners off strawberry plants in a field belonging to Lassen Canyon Nursery.  Workers lie on padded benches in a machine pulled by a tractor, so that they are very close to the plants and can accurately pick off the flowers and fruit.  The work requires skill, and many workers are older and have been doing this for many years.  They work for the grower for six or seven months and then leave to find work elsewhere. © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Macdoel, California: Migrant Mexican farmworkers pick the flowers, fruit and runners off strawberry plants in a field belonging to Lassen Canyon Nursery. Workers lie on padded benches in a machine pulled by a tractor, so that they are very close to the plants and can accurately pick off the flowers and fruit. The work requires skill, and many workers are older and have been doing this for many years. They work for the grower for six or seven months and then leave to find work elsewhere.
© David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Waco, Texas - Forensic scientist Dr. Lori Baker and her students at Baylor University try to identify the remains of unidentified migrants who died trying to enter the United States without legal documents. Most perished in a long, hot walk as they tried to evade a Border Patrol checkpoint 70 miles north of the border. Dr Baker is director of Reuniting Families, an effort to identify and repatriate to families the remains of undocumented immigrants that die crossing the southern U.S. border. © Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Waco, Texas – Forensic scientist Dr. Lori Baker and her students at Baylor University try to identify the remains of unidentified migrants who died trying to enter the United States without legal documents. Most perished in a long, hot walk as they tried to evade a Border Patrol checkpoint 70 miles north of the border. Dr Baker is director of Reuniting Families, an effort to identify and repatriate to families the remains of undocumented immigrants that die crossing the southern U.S. border.
© Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Waco, Texas - The remains of unidentified migrants who died trying to enter the United States without legal documents in the lab of Forensic scientist Dr. Lori Baker and her students at Baylor University who are trying to identify the remains of unidentified migrants who died trying to enter the United States without legal documents. Most perished in a long, hot walk as they tried to evade a Border Patrol checkpoint 70 miles north of the border. Dr Baker is director of Reuniting Families, an effort to identify and repatriate to families the remains of undocumented immigrants that die crossing the southern U.S. border. © Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Waco, Texas – The remains of unidentified migrants who died trying to enter the United States without legal documents in the lab of Forensic scientist Dr. Lori Baker and her students at Baylor University who are trying to identify the remains of unidentified migrants who died trying to enter the United States without legal documents. Most perished in a long, hot walk as they tried to evade a Border Patrol checkpoint 70 miles north of the border. Dr Baker is director of Reuniting Families, an effort to identify and repatriate to families the remains of undocumented immigrants that die crossing the southern U.S. border.
© Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Waco, Texas - The remains of unidentified migrants who died trying to enter the United States without legal documents in the lab of Forensic scientist Dr. Lori Baker and her students at Baylor University who are trying to identify the remains of unidentified migrants who died trying to enter the United States without legal documents. Most perished in a long, hot walk as they tried to evade a Border Patrol checkpoint 70 miles north of the border. Dr Baker is director of Reuniting Families, an effort to identify and repatriate to families the remains of undocumented immigrants that die crossing the southern U.S. border. © Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Waco, Texas – The remains of unidentified migrants who died trying to enter the United States without legal documents in the lab of Forensic scientist Dr. Lori Baker and her students at Baylor University who are trying to identify the remains of unidentified migrants who died trying to enter the United States without legal documents. Most perished in a long, hot walk as they tried to evade a Border Patrol checkpoint 70 miles north of the border. Dr Baker is director of Reuniting Families, an effort to identify and repatriate to families the remains of undocumented immigrants that die crossing the southern U.S. border.
© Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Waco, Texas - A scanner makes a 3D image of the skull of an unidentified migrant who died trying to enter the United States without legal documents. Forensic scientist Dr. Lori Baker and her students at Baylor University are trying to identify the remains of unidentified migrants who died trying to enter the United States without legal documents. Most perished in a long, hot walk as they tried to evade a Border Patrol checkpoint 70 miles north of the border. Dr Baker is director of Reuniting Families, an effort to identify and repatriate to families the remains of undocumented immigrants that die crossing the southern U.S. border. © Jim West/reportdigital.co.u

Waco, Texas – A scanner makes a 3D image of the skull of an unidentified migrant who died trying to enter the United States without legal documents. Forensic scientist Dr. Lori Baker and her students at Baylor University are trying to identify the remains of unidentified migrants who died trying to enter the United States without legal documents. Most perished in a long, hot walk as they tried to evade a Border Patrol checkpoint 70 miles north of the border. Dr Baker is director of Reuniting Families, an effort to identify and repatriate to families the remains of undocumented immigrants that die crossing the southern U.S. border.
© Jim West/reportdigital.co.u

Falfurrias, Texas -  Unknown female. Graves in Sacred Heart Cemetery where the remains of unidentified migrants are buried. Dozens of migrants without legal papers die each year in the long, hot walk around a Border Patrol checkpoint 70 miles north of the Mexican border. Small aluminum grave markers and artificial flowers mark the graves, lacking names, they carry serial numbers and terse descriptions of the contents buried below. © Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Falfurrias, Texas – Unknown female. Graves in Sacred Heart Cemetery where the remains of unidentified migrants are buried. Dozens of migrants without legal papers die each year in the long, hot walk around a Border Patrol checkpoint 70 miles north of the Mexican border. Small aluminum grave markers and artificial flowers mark the graves, lacking names, they carry serial numbers and terse descriptions of the contents buried below.
© Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Falfurrias, Texas - A deputy sheriff and a state trooper look on while a passing motorist treats an injured man after a van holding 26 undocumented immigrants from Central America overturned on Texas Highway 285. The driver had picked up the migrants just down the road after they had completed a several-day walk to get around a Border Patrol checkpoint. Overloaded and unstable, the van crashed as it drove away at high speed. Two seriously-injured men remained at the scene. The others ran off, pursued by Border Patrol officers. © Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Falfurrias, Texas – A deputy sheriff and a state trooper look on while a passing motorist treats an injured man after a van holding 26 undocumented immigrants from Central America overturned on Texas Highway 285. The driver had picked up the migrants just down the road after they had completed a several-day walk to get around a Border Patrol checkpoint. Overloaded and unstable, the van crashed as it drove away at high speed. Two seriously-injured men remained at the scene. The others ran off, pursued by Border Patrol officers.
© Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Falfurrias, Texas - U.S. Border Patrol officers and a deputy sheriff question undocumented immigrants from Central America found hiding after a van holding 26 migrants crashed and overturned on Texas Highway 285. © Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Falfurrias, Texas – U.S. Border Patrol officers and a deputy sheriff question undocumented immigrants from Central America found hiding after a van holding 26 migrants crashed and overturned on Texas Highway 285.
© Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Falfurrias, Texas - A sign at the permanent U.S. Border Patrol checkpoint on Highway 281, about 70 miles north of the border indicating the number of drug seizures and arrests of undocumented immigrants. Dozens of immigrants die each year trying to walk around this checkpoint through hot, inhospitable terrain. © Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Falfurrias, Texas – A sign at the permanent U.S. Border Patrol checkpoint on Highway 281, about 70 miles north of the border indicating the number of drug seizures and arrests of undocumented immigrants. Dozens of immigrants die each year trying to walk around this checkpoint through hot, inhospitable terrain.
© Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Brownsville, Texas - A nearly-completed section of the border fence that separates the United States from Mexico. Since the fence does not always run next to the border at the Rio Grande river, gates are installed to allow farmers access to their fields. © Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Brownsville, Texas – A nearly-completed section of the border fence that separates the United States from Mexico. Since the fence does not always run next to the border at the Rio Grande river, gates are installed to allow farmers access to their fields.
© Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Macdoel, California: Migrant Mexican farmworkers pick the flowers, fruit and runners off strawberry plants in a field belonging to Lassen Canyon Nursery.  Workers lie on padded benches in a machine pulled by a tractor, so that they are very close to the plants and can accurately pick off the flowers and fruit.  The work requires skill, and many workers are older and have been doing this for many years.  They work for the grower for six or seven months and then leave to find work elsewhere. © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Macdoel, California: Migrant Mexican farmworkers pick the flowers, fruit and runners off strawberry plants in a field belonging to Lassen Canyon Nursery. Workers lie on padded benches in a machine pulled by a tractor, so that they are very close to the plants and can accurately pick off the flowers and fruit. The work requires skill, and many workers are older and have been doing this for many years. They work for the grower for six or seven months and then leave to find work elsewhere.
© David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Unite the Union campaign to save the Agricultural Wages Board

Unite the Union campaign to save the Agricultural Wages Board targets the Fresh Produce Consortium annual dinner at the Savoy Hotel. The AWB protects the incomes of agricultural workers in England and Wales. London.
© Jess Hurd

Save Birmingham Youth Services protest against cuts to the youth service budget

Why pick on youth clubs? Save Birmingham Youth Services protest against cuts to the youth service budget.
© Timm Sonnenschein

Birmingham Youth Services protest against cuts to the youth service budget.

Walk in my shoes, a message to the government. Save Birmingham Youth Services protest against cuts to the youth service budget. Young people symbolically throwÊshoes in the air.
© Timm Sonnenschein