Migrant workers move from place to place to find work. In agriculture, that means going where the crops are. This was true for Estella Ozuna Zamora and her family in the 1950s and 60s. Her parents and her 12 brothers and sisters lived in Texas, but crisscrossed Idaho every year, following the crops.
Inside the mobile StoryCorps booth in Boise, Zamora told her good friend LeAnn Simmons about what her early life was like.