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Irmelda and Antonio, 33 and 32, prune and clear weeds away from blueberry bushes on a farm in Mattituck, Long Island, New York on Wednesday April 10, 2019. Both undocumented immigrants from Guerrero, Mexico, an indigenous region in the mountains of the country's west coast, they came to the US 16 years ago, looking for a better life. Now, they work seven days a week on this farm, planting and harvesting the crops that help make life possible in this area. Brittany Kriegstein, 2019

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