Their voice was also missing in the state's reaction to the crisis at Lake Apopka. Post #7

When the state decided to buy out the farms around Lake Apopka to clean up the lake and protect the wildlife, it did not address the chronic, fatal, debilitating illnesses that these farmworkers endure from exposure to pesticides while working to feed our country. The voices of Former Lake Apopka to the not heard, like Geraldean Matthew, who is pictured here at the Environmental Justice Symposium at which the Lake Apopka Farmworker Memorial Quilts were on display. #HungryForJustice #WhoseVoiceIsMissing


May 21, 2019, 10:30 a.m.


Whose Voice is Missing Project Team