"Independent of the Unskilled Chinaman": Race, Labor, and Family Farming in California's Santa Clara Valley
- BACKSTAGE. // Ebony;Dec1947, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p6
The article discusses issues to be published in the 1948 issue of "EBONY" which include a picture series of delivering a baby in a Chicago, Illinois maternity center by Wayne Miller and a bang-up profile of one of the cities of south U.S. by Langston Hughes and Charles Alston.
- `Taste' adds flavor to race. Cruzak // Grand Rapids Business Journal;09/07/99, Vol. 17 Issue 36, p1
Reports on the second annual West Michigan Grand Prix in 1999. Projected attendance figures; Economic impact of the race; Charity event Taste of Downtown; Participating eateries; Comparisons with previous year; Projections for next year.
- Passion for farming but please tackle red tape. Riley, Jonathan // Farmers Weekly;9/9/2005, Vol. 143 Issue 11, p6
This article discusses the results of the survey conducted by Farmers Weekly about the future of family farms in the Great Britain as of 2005. Most respondents claimed that they would stay at the farm, others said that they would stick around if changes were made. One of the key factors...
- LABOR PRODUCTIVITY IN CATTLE BREEDING IN THE REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA AND THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA. Pesevski, Mile; Milovancevic, Zoran // Proceedings of the IAE Scientific Meetings;12/1/2013, p452
Based on two-year research of five family farms in the Republic of Macedonia (RM) and four family farms in the Republic of Serbia (RS), the authors made an analysis of the efficiency of labor consumption in cattle farms. Cattle breeding in RM is carried out in a combined stable-pasture system,...
- The Future Is The Family Farm. Gordon, Rosemary // American Vegetable Grower;Sep2013, Vol. 61 Issue 9, p34
The author reflects on the importance of family farms in feeding the growing population in the world in the future. She highlights the efforts of Food Tank in providing family farmers with knowledge and tools to make them successful. She also discusses concerns in the industry such as...
- Grant needs 'crop mob' in a flash. // Northern Colorado Business Report;8/12/2011, Vol. 16 Issue 24, p3A
The article reports on the shortage of agricultural labor faced by the company Grant Family Farms in Fort Collins, Colorado.
- DOL drops proposal for young farm workers. Layman, Claire // Western Farm Press Exclusive Insight;5/ 7/2012, p4
The article reveals that the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) withdrew a proposed provision exempting a youth working on his parents' farm from federal health and safety regulations governing child labor in agricultural workforces under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). It says that the...
- The myth of the protected worker: Southeast Asian micro-farmers in California agriculture. Sowerwine, Jennifer; Getz, Christy; Peluso, Nancy // Agriculture & Human Values;Dec2015, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p579
In this paper we highlight the racialized effects of agricultural labor laws on Southeast Asian family farmers in California's Central Valley. We show how agricultural labor laws intended to protect farmworkers on industrial farms discriminate against and challenge small Southeast Asian refugee...
- IS DISCRETIONARY PRICING DISCRETIONARY?: THE CASE OF OVERAGES IN MORTGAGE LENDING. Black, Harold A.; Boehm, Thomas P.; DeGennaro, Ramon P. // Review of Black Political Economy;Spring2004, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p59
The impact of the new wave of immigrants on labor market outcomes and economic welfare in the United States has received substantial attention, and so too has the problem of the incorporating immigrants into American society. This article explores the impact of immigration, suburbanization, and...