DCFF Fundraiser & Victory Party! Feb. 11 @ 9pm

D.C. Fair Food is having a *VICTORY* party!


  • There’s never been a better time to party than now, on the heels of a huge victory with Trader Joe’s!

  • Help us raise some monies to get down to the CIW’s biggest action of the year in March 2012!

  • Visit the Laptop Station to let Trader Joe’s PUBLIX know that it’s time to sign with the CIW!

  • Get your CIW & Student / Farmworker Alliance flair! T-shirts, buttons, and stickers!

  • … AND EAT delicious food from Don Juan restaurant,  DANCE to music from Maracuyeah, AND CELLEBRATE WITH EVERYONE ELSE IN D.C. WHO CARES ABOUT FARMWORKER JUSTICE!

Saturday, February 11, 2012


3415 Oakwood Terrace // Washington, DC // 20010

Get your ticket now for only $5!**
($10 at the door)

**Please make your donations to the Student / Farmworker Alliance through this secure donation site, and check the box for DC Fair Food Fiesta! We’ll send you a confirmation and printer-friendly ticket**

questions? wanna get involved in the March action? email us at dcfairfood@gmail.com!


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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