Get ready for Boston! Feb. 27, 2011, March to STOP SweatSHOPS

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D.C. Fair Food: Click Here to Register Online for the First Stop on the CIW’s Do the Right Thing Tour!

Let us know that you want a spot on the caravan from Washington, D.C. to Boston to join farmworkers from Immokalee and their allies for the CIW’s largest and most-important action ever in the Northeast!
Sunday, February 27 1:00 pm Boston, MA

March with farmworkers from Immokalee, their families and allies through the heart of Boston! Marchers will gather in Copley Square for a peaceful rally featuring live music and addresses from CIW members and allies, then march accompanied by colorful art and music to the Brigham Circle Stop & Shop. There, the march will culminate in a spirited action calling on Ahold USA to do its part to end farmworker abuse and exploitation! Join us for the entire family-friendly march and rally, or for the culminating action at Stop & Shop!
1:00pm Rally and March to Stop Sweatshops Gather at Copley Square, just east of Trinity Church
3:00pm Major Demonstration at Stop & Shop Brigham Circle
** We will be leaving Washington, D.C. the afternoon of Saturday, February 26th (estimated 1:00 PM departure) and returning late Sunday night (estimated 4:00 PM departure from Boston)**

If you have questions, get in touch with D.C. Fair Food organizers at dcfairfood (at)


Published by dcfairfood

Greetings from D.C. Fair Food! We are a local network of allies and advocates that organize in solidarity with the Coalition of Immokalee Workers (CIW), through working on a shared Campaign for Fair Food. The CIW is a community-based organization of mainly Latino, Mayan Indian and Haitian immigrants working in low-wage jobs throughout the state of Florida. The CIW, with the support of ally groups like D.C. Fair Food, has taken on some of the biggest fast food conglomerates in the world, securing agreements with nine corporations to ensure an end to human rights abuses and poverty wages for farmworkers. The CIW has aided the Department of Justice in successfully prosecuting seven slavery operations, resulting in the liberation of well over 1,000 workers.

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