Threats to farmworkers, such as fewer worker protections and unsafe working environments, call for new federal policies and investments to protect all workers across the food supply industry, support immigration rights, and transform our agricultural system.
Without access to critical programs like Medicaid and CHIP, many immigrants can’t afford the costly health care needed to treat chronic health conditions, which are often created or exacerbated by the environments they live in.
On July 27, Tiffany Ferrette and Juan Gomez presented on the public benefits available through the American Rescue Plan to the National Women’s Law Center Annual Family, Friend, and Neighbor Child Care Annual Meeting.
Access to food, cash assistance, health care, and housing are pathways to economic justice that everyone deserves—no matter their citizenship status. However, federal restrictions enacted 25 years ago interfere with the ability of immigrants to secure critical benefits with significant consequences to their and their…
On June 27, Tiffany Ferrette and Juan Gomez presented on the intersection of child care and immigration at the Family, Friend, & Neighbor Child Care Annual Meeting 2021 hosted by National Women’s Law Center.