Seattle attorney Michael J. Fox, who provided legal representation for the United Farm Workers union during the strikes and after; Lupe Gamboa of Seattle, an activist and organizer for farmworkers; and Seattle photographer Irwin Nash share a story about their time in the Yakima Valley Friday, June 11, 2021, at Michael’s home in Seattle, Wash. “The primary impetus is the relationship of people to themselves and their environment,” Nash said.

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