It can be easy to forget that doing pro bono can be a two-way street. Often, we at The PBEye think of doing pro bono to help people in need, and we hope that with our assistance their lives will be improved. Well, it doesn’t always stop there as we’re frequently reminded. Sometimes, pro bono helps those who already help us every day. Farmworkers are a great example of that, as they play an integral role in keeping the country going by providing it with fresh healthy food but often face legal issues that can be detrimental to their well-being.
This week hear from Bruce Goldstein, executive director of Farmworker Justice, about the importance of doing pro bono.