A North Carolina truck driver turned coder uses technology as a gateway to local impact for farmworkers and other rural immigrant communities.
Although Southern states hold the largest share of manufactured housing (mobile homes) in the country, few communities are resident-owned, leaving them vulnerable to developers, and eviction.
In the absence of government support, nonprofits and community groups servicing rural Latinx communities created their own inclusive emergency preparedness response.
A community of homeowners will soon have to move from the land they’ve leased for decades—with nowhere to go.
With little to no protection from their employers or the state during the pandemic, a mother-daughter community health worker duo has helped launch and lead vaccination events.
In an industry benefiting white farmers, Tierra Fértil roots a growing Latino community in Henderson County, N.C.
COVID-19 outbreaks seized the farmworker community last year. The state is finally stepping up with the help of nonprofits and local health departments.