The Pacific Northwest Agricultural Safety and Health Center (PNASH) and Radio Cadena (KDNA) offer three Spanish audio programs (avaiablie with English transcripts) on important health and safety issues faced by farmworkers and their families. Each story holds lessons on how to stay safe.
Reality Tales – Audio Library: LISTEN and LEARN.
An Original Radio Drama written by Teodora Martinez‐Chavez 2/25/2009
This family of six lives in a house on a ranch. They have the same dreams and goals as many other families that immigrate to America in search of work. Listen as they cope with a variety of issues common to farm workers.
Drama 1: Pesticides Sr. Chavira is a farmworker on an orchard. His compadre, Oswaldo, becomes ill from handing pesticide containers without wearing protective gloves. Sr. Chavira learns how to prevent pesticide overexposure from the doctor at the local clinic.
Publication #: August 19, 2016
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