March 19, 2020 - August 02, 2020
Traveling with migrant workers as the fruit and harvest season moves from the Mexican border to Washington state, the exhibition sheds light on the basic questions: How much do we know about the lives of the people who feed us? Where do they live? How does it feel to do some of the hardest repetitive labor imaginable? And, what answers do farm workers themselves have to end their poverty and endless migration?
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are offering this exhibit in an online format.
- Canceled: Opening Reception – Mar. 21st, 2-5pm
- Canceled: Life in the Fields lecture* – Mar. 31st, 6:30-8pm
- Canceled: Screening of the movie Dolores* – Apr. 22nd, 6:30-8:30pm
- Canceled: Heritage Orchard Workshop* – May 14th, 6:30-8pm
- The Legacy of the Bracero Program lecture, New name/time: Essential Stories* – Jun. 3rd, 12-1:30pm
* Online registration required.
Click on the above links for additional program details and to register.
Note, some events take place at locations other than at the Museum.
In the Fields of the North:En los Campos del Norte features the work of David Bacon; is provided in both English and Spanish; is produced in partnership with the California Rural Legal Assistance, the Binational Front of Indigenous Organizations, and History San Jose; and is traveled by Exhibit Envoy.