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Cornell study finds attitudes toward undocumented farmworkers have improved (access required)

Attitudes toward undocumented farmworkers in New York have improved over the course of a decade, according to a survey and study conducted by the Community and Research Development Institute (CaRDI) at Cornell University. The researchers published the findings in a recent issue of CaRDI’s “Research & Policy Brief Series,” in which they compared attitudes in 2008 ...
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