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Low-Wage America: Westwood Farmer's Market

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Low-Wage America: Westwood Farmer's Market

Low-Wage America: Westwood Farmer's Market

Low-Wage America: Westwood Farmer's Market

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Isaac Darsche, leader of the Isaac Darsche Trio, plays for shoppers at the Westwood Farmer's Market in Los Angeles. Noah Adams, NPR hide caption

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NPR's Noah Adams recently visited the Westwood farmer's market in Los Angeles as part of his coverage of low-wage workers. Adams spoke with a young farm worker, a strawberry grower, the owner of an apple orchard and the leader of a jazz trio.