La Cosecha Documental | The Harvest Documentary | Spanish & English Questions

La Cosecha Documental | The Harvest Documentary | Spanish & English Questions
La Cosecha Documental | The Harvest Documentary | Spanish & English Questions
La Cosecha Documental | The Harvest Documentary | Spanish & English Questions
La Cosecha Documental | The Harvest Documentary | Spanish & English Questions
La Cosecha Documental | The Harvest Documentary | Spanish & English Questions
La Cosecha Documental | The Harvest Documentary | Spanish & English Questions
La Cosecha Documental | The Harvest Documentary | Spanish & English Questions
La Cosecha Documental | The Harvest Documentary | Spanish & English Questions
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The Harvest (Spanish: La Cosecha) is a 2010 documentary film about agricultural child labor in America. The film depicts children as young as 12 years of age who work as many as 12 hours a day, six months a year, subject to hazardous conditions: heat exposure, pesticides, and dangerous work. The agriculture industry has been subject to significantly more lenient labor laws than any other occupation in the United States. As a result, lack of consistent schooling significantly limits their opportunities of succeeding in high school or more. The hazardous conditions threaten their health and lives. The purpose of the documentary is to bring awareness of the harsh working conditions which tens of thousands of children face in the fields of the United States each year and to enact the Children's Act for Responsible Employment (CARE Act, HR 3564) which will bring parity of labor conditions to field workers that are afforded to minors in other occupations.

RATED G: No nudity or adult scences.

The Harvest (en español: La Cosecha) es un documental del 2010 sobre el trabajo infantil agrícola en Estados Unidos. El documental muestra a niños de 12 años de edad que trabajan hasta 12 horas al día, seis meses al año, sujetos a condiciones peligrosas: exposición al calor, pesticidas y trabajos peligrosos. La industria agrícola ha estado sujeta a leyes laborales mucho más indulgentes que cualquier otra ocupación en los Estados Unidos. Como resultado, la falta de educación constante limita significativamente las oportunidades de tener éxito en la escuela secundaria o más. Las condiciones peligrosas amenazan su salud y sus vidas. El propósito del documental es concienciar sobre las duras condiciones de trabajo a las que se enfrentan decenas de miles de niños en los campos de los Estados Unidos cada año y promulgar la Ley de los niños para el empleo responsable (Ley CARE, HR 3564) que traerá paridad. de las condiciones de trabajo a los trabajadores de campo que se ofrecen a los menores en otras ocupaciones.

Clasificada G: No desnudez ni escenas de adultos.

Great for Spanish 1, Labor Studies up to AP Spanish Las familias y las comunidades, Los desafíos mundiales, or Las carreras profesionales.

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