'Big Sugar' explores exploitation on Florida's sugarcane fields; Pizza-making secrets : Here & Now Anytime The Supreme Court decided to leave intact the Indian Child Welfare Act, which gives Native American families and tribal members priority in the adoption of Native American children. Journalist Rebecca Nagle tells us more. Then, in the 1980s and '90s, thousands of workers from mostly Jamaica came to Belle Glade, Florida, each year to cut sugarcane by hand. But while big corporations got rich, the workers were forced to do extremely dangerous work for little pay. "Big Sugar" podcast host Celeste Headlee talks about how the sugar industry exploited migrant workers in the 1980s and 90s. Then, Joe Carlucci, owner of Valentina's Pizzeria & Wine Bar in Madison, Alabama, won the Best Pizza Maker of the Year and Best Non-Traditional Pizza awards at this year's International Pizza Expo in Las Vegas. He tells us how he does it.