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Migrant Workers Face Hurdles Getting Hurricane Aid

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Migrant Workers Face Hurdles Getting Hurricane Aid

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Migrant Workers Face Hurdles Getting Hurricane Aid

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Preschool children in a migrant Headstart classroom in Dundee, Fla.

Preschool children in a migrant Headstart classroom in Dundee, Fla. Most of these children's parents work as orange pickers or tomato pickers at nearby farms, but jobs have become scarce since the hurricanes damaged much of the crop. Ari Shapiro, NPR hide caption

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Every year, thousands of farm workers from other countries arrive in the state to spend the winter harvesting crops, and many have no safety net when disaster strikes. NPR's Ari Shapiro continues his series of reports on the long-term impact of four hurricanes raking Florida this year.

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