CRLA Staff Updates

Estella Cisneros of CRLA's Fresno Office.

Estella Cisneros and Ephraim Camacho of CRLA’s Fresno office were recently featured in a Mother Jones story on the dangers of heat stress for farmworkers living in the Central Valley. Every year, at least four farmworkers nationwide die from heat illness. CRLA trains farmworkers on heat stress prevention and monitors to ensure compliance with laws requiring employers to provide shade, rest, and drinking water. Click here to read more:

Blanca A. Bañuelos, is being honored by MABA with the Edward R. Roybal Public Service Award.

Congratulations to CRLA’s Blanca A. Bañuelos, Director of the Migrant Unit – she is being honored by the Mexican American Bar Association of Los Angeles County (MABA). Blanca will receive the Edward R. Roybal Public Service Award for her sincere commitment to improving the lives of those belonging to marginalized, impoverished and vulnerable communities.


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