Expert on immigrant labor in the South can discuss community impact of ICE raidsAugust 12, 20191 min read
Angela Stuesse, associate professor at UNC-Chapel Hill,
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"By the time I arrived to work in Mississippi’s poultry communities alongside the Mississippi Poultry Workers’ Center in 2002, over half of the country’s quarter-million poultry workers were immigrants,
most of them in the South."
- Angela Stuesse
"The poultry industry recruited them. Now ICE raids are devastating their communities," The Washington Post
Angela Stuesse Associate Professor
In light of the coronavirus pandemic, Stuesse can discuss immigrant labor and food chain workers – especially in the U.S. meat industry.
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