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The city of Homestead, Florida, located south of Miami between Biscayne National Park to the east and Everglades National Park to the west its a major agricultural hotspot in the sunshine state, especially for migrant labor. At this 871,200 square feet tomato farm, undocumented workers keep showing up to work despite promises made by President Trump calling for massive deportations of undocumented aliens in the U.S. With temperatures that go beyond 90 degrees Fahrenheit and humidity levels above 80 percent, undocumented workers prowl the field with no uniform that identifies who they work for, or whose tomatoes are they picking up. Instead, they wear pieces of their own clothes in an improvised way to protect themselves from the sun as they carry red bins that get heavier as they prowl the field collecting tomatoes. This routine its repeated over and over until a 30-foot-long container its filled-up to capacity.