Joseph Sorrentino is an Albuquerque, New Mexico-based freelance writer and photographer. In the United States, his reporting has focused on farmworkers. He’s reported on sexual harassment and abuse of women, wage theft and social security fraud. In Mexico, he’s written about life in rural villages that provide labor for U.S. farms, fair trade organizations and, most recently, Central American migration through that country. His latest investigations have been of conditions in the detention centers for Central American mothers and children in south Texas. He contributes regularly to In These Times, Commonweal, and Mexico City’s La Jornada del Campo. His work has been supported by The Fund for Investigative Journalism, The Puffin Foundation and the Investigative Fund at the Nation Institute.