There is probably about hundred thousands of flights per day, that’s crazy for us to imagine right? Not for the Air Traffic Control Tower at La Guardia Airport in New York, this tower has been serving 23 million passengers a year. There is a group of controllers that guide the planes safety to the ground even though they have awful working conditions and spend extremely long hours at the tower. Jeanne Marie Laskas, the author of Hecho En América, is a writing which talks about a migrant labor camp in Cherryfield, Maine. Laskas explains about the forgotten and hidden souls who hold up the country with their strong work ethics. She devoted her time to research about individuals who do jobs that americans don’t do.