“Dale Finley Slongwhite has faithfully recorded the lamentations of third- and fourth-generation African-American agricultural workers who labored in the area around Lake Apopka.” Florida Times-Union

 The book is a must read for those interested in all aspects of the big picture of big farming. The collection of oral histories is haunting but must not be silenced.-- Orlando Sentinel

 A white-hot take on the heart-wrenching saga of the Lake Apopka farmworkers and the poisoned fields in which they worked for decades.-- Orlando Weekly

 An at once illuminating and heart-wrenching collection of ten oral histories. . . .Fed Up brings to light the suffering and marginalization too often experienced by those who harvest the nation’s produce.-- Environmental History

 Slongwhite and her subjects take the reader on journeys beyond the muck to show how the chemicals applied in the fields affected their own and their families’ health Labor