Meet the artist who shines a light on the lives of migrant workers
Don Coen grew up on a farm on the high plains of eastern Colorado. He began painting giant portraits of migrant workers 20 years ago and has made it his life’s work. NBC’s Harry Smith introduces us to the artist whose paintings give a face to workers who often seem invisible.
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