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One of the areas of focus for farm workers and their supporters was their safety. They strived to reduce the violence and injustices that they faced. The bus massacre that occurred in Blythe, California killed 12 and injured more than 20 farm workers. Additionally, in the state of Florida there was a windowless van that crashed and it killed 1 Jamaican farm worker and injured more than 80 farm workers.
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"Workers Safety & Slave Vans: Seguridad de los Trabajadores y Camioneta de Esclavos" (1974). States. 63.