Migrant Worker

by Robert Alexis

This is a home where migrant workers would stay at a California rehabilitation camp with their children in 1935
This is where Mexicans would arrive at in the United States immigration stations
This is a picture of a mother taken by Dorothea Lange's in 1936 of her and her children it showed an example of a person who was the hardest hit from the economic downturn
A migrant worker who got his social security tattooed on his arm in Oregon, 1939
This is a picture of young migrant worker who was just receiving their salary in 2010
A migrant worker in Beijing that is poor and has to carry their bag of things everywhere for work

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