6:00 am, Immokalee farmworkers wait in the parking lot of La Mexicana grocery store where buses will come to pick-up day workers. 18 year-old Flora Perez rests her head on the bus seat in front of her. It's first come first serve for the seats that will take them to the fields. The bus has been spray painted red and the windows are fogged. The morning is unusually chilly. It's the end of the tomato picking season. Today's work will be harvesting cherry tomatos. There is not enough work right now for everyone.

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