DECEMBER 12, 2013. VILLA JUAREZ, SINALOA, MEXICO. Like these migrant farm workers from Guerrero, indigeneous people are the backbone of Mexico’s produce industry. With earnings atypically just over $1/hour, they often forgo shoes for other necessities of life. This family of tomato pickers waits to buy soda and sweet bread on credit from a mobile food vendor in Teacapan, Sinaloa. (Don Bartletti / Los Angeles Times)

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