Indigenous Farmers in Oaxaca Try to Stay on the Land
The Mixteca region of Oaxaca is one of the poorest areas in Mexico. Indigenous Mixtec, Triqui and other groups from this region now make up a large percentage of the migrants who have left to work in the United States. But many people try to stay on the land and farm, despite the difficulty. Farmers sell produce, while an old machine a man makes tortillas, on Juxtlahuaca's market day.
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