"Farm workers were predominantly Hispanic; most were foreign-born (see Figure 1.1). Almost 7 out of 10 farm workers were foreign-born. Of the foreign-born workers, 94% were born in Mexico. Among the remaining 3 out of 10 farm workers born in the United States, approximately two-thirds were non-Hispanic whites, and one-third were of Hispanic background. A very small percentage (<3% of all farm workers) represented other ethnic groups including African American and Asian American farm workers."
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