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Category Archives: Workers Rights
Solidarity Between Farmers and Farm Workers from the Pastures of Wisconsin to the Tomato Fields of Florida!
The Farm Labor Reality Tour has now joined the 175 mile historic march of the Coalition of Immokalee Workers in Florida, which will culminate at the headquarters of Publix in Lakeland, FL on Sun. March 17th. Even if you are … Continue reading
Farm Labor Reality Tour Crosses Midwest, Headed to Florida – Brings Solidarity Message of Fairness, Justice, and Dignity for Family Farmers and Farm Workers Everywhere!
For Immediate Release Wed. Feb. 20th Contact: Bob St.Peter Food for Maine’s Future 207-244-0908 email@example.com Joel Greeno Family Farm Defenders 608-344-0564 John E. Peck Family Farm Defenders 608-260-0900 or 608-345-3918 firstname.lastname@example.org Marley Moynahan Coalition of Immokalee Workers 239-357-0393 email@example.com The … Continue reading
Family Farm Defenders Endorses National Boycott of Palermo’s Pizza – Demands Justice for ALL Workers Through Out the Food System
For Immediate Release 8/27/2012 Contact: John E. Peck, executive director, Family Farm Defenders #608-260-0900 Family Farm Defenders, a national grassroots family farmer organization based in Madison, WI, has formally endorsed the national boycott of Palermo’s Pizza in solidarity with workers … Continue reading
Family Farm Defenders Declares its Solidarity with International Longshore Workers – Denying Workers The Right to Organize is a Gross Violation of Food Sovereignty
For Immediate Release Jan. 22, 2012 Contact: John E. Peck, executive director #608-260-0900 Family Farm Defenders, a national organization based in Madison, WI expresses its solidarity with International Longshore Workers Union (ILWU) Local 21, and strongly condemns all attempts to … Continue reading
Fifty three tractors turned up in Madison for the Farmer Labor Tractorade on Sat. March 12th and met an enthusiastic crowd some reports say was the largest yet at 100,000+ people. There were also a couple of manure spreaders with … Continue reading