Thanks to everyone who came out to the Wendy’s action last Wednesday! Wendy’s customers wanted to know why Wendy was there herself (aka Amanda). When we told them Wendy’s was refusing to join the Fair Food Program, they were outraged! One customer pulling into the drive-through turned right around. She didn’t want to support Wendys’ … More Wendy’s Week of Action
March for Rights Respect and Fair Food!!! On March 3rd, workers from Immokalee and their allies from across the state and the country will begin a two-week, 175-mile march from Ft. Myers to Publix corporate headquarters in Lakeland, Florida. The marchers will be calling on Publix to join the CIW’s Fair Food Program, the groundbreaking … More March for Rights Respect and Fair Food!
DC Fair Food is proud to present Son Cosita Seria and Los Gallos Negros! These two music groups brought traditional Mexican folk music to the streets of Washington DC for a great jam session for DC Fair Food’s Valentine’s Day Fundraiser. We enjoyed the good company and good music with some pupusas at Haydees Restaurant. … More Fundraiser: Son Cosita Seria y Los Gallos Negros
Weren’t able to make it to the GIANT Thanksgiving Action? No worries, we’ve got pictures! Over 50 Manager letters were signed and delivered to the Giant manager. We got an incredibly supportive response from the greater community, and gathered a few more allies. The action was definitely a success and we can’t wait to see what’s … More Giant Thanksgiving Action
March for Rights, Respect and Fair Food! A 150 mile, 2 week march from Immokalee, FL to front steps of Publix headquarters in Lakeland, Fl — On Dec. 12th, 2012, the CIW announced that this year’s spring action will be harkening back to the epic “March for Dignity, Dialogue and a Fair Wage” that took … More CIW SPRING ACTION: March for Rights, Respect and Fair Food (150 miles!)
Harvest of Shame film screening in honor of National Food Day, DC Fair Food and Bloombars will be hosting a film screening of the historical 1960s film, Harvest of Shame Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012 Bloombars, Washington DC $10 suggested donation 7:00pm – 9:00pm film screening • free food • discussion on modern day agriculture industry RSVP … More National Food Day: Harvest of Shame film screening
Chipotle Protest!! The CIW has officially begun its campaign against Chipotle, asking them to sign the Fair Food Agreement. Major Washington D.C. Action // Dupont Circle Wednesday, July 25th 6:00pm Picket • Delegation The Chipotle campaign is a campus centered campaign that focuses on students and to engage with the Campaign for Fair Food. Come out … More Chipotle Protest – July 25th – Dupont Circle!