While eating leftovers from my Thanksgiving feast for 16 family members, I came across this series of four reports in the LA Times on cruel working conditions for agricultural workers in Mexico.
Many travel to Sinaloa state from other parts of Mexico to work for large growers while living in abysmal living conditions.
Some of the workers are children, underfed and not in school.
I can't continue to buy produce from my local supermarket because I don't know where it was grown and who picked it and whether they were sleeping on concrete and having only one tortilla for breakfast.
Here's the report in Spanish. Forward it to everyone you know.