Do you have a DC Fair Food T-shirt?

Friends! We now have DC Fair Food T-shirts. They are soft & colorful 2 sided American Apparel Unisex T-shirts. The front pocket print has the DC Fair Food logo on it. The back print has a picture from a DCFF/ CIW Action! All the money for the shirts, goes directly to DCFF and the actionsContinue reading “Do you have a DC Fair Food T-shirt?”


DC Fair Food planning meeting Sunday April 17th, 5pm. Georgetown University

Hello Luchador@s! Join us Sunday, April 17 at 5 pm to help organize the Wendy’s boycott in Washington DC and to talk about future events! RSVP on Facebook: Location: 3632 O St, NW, Washington D.C. 2007 (Look for an Orange house, right across from the main entrance)

Northeast Tour about to hit D.C.!

2012 Northeast Tour keeps rolling! Silence and evasion from Stop & Shop, Giant, Chipotle reflects unjustifiable refusal to participate in Fair Food Program Major Action at Giant/Ahold USA Corporate Offices Landover, MD (just outside Washington DC) Tuesday, April 17 4:00pm Picket • Theater • Delegation More info here The Northeast Tour has been a resounding successContinue reading “Northeast Tour about to hit D.C.!”

rain or shine, DCFF + allies celebrate D.C. Emancipation Day with a Giant picket!

In spite of inclement weather, D.C. Fair Food joined up with Power Shift allies today to ask Giant Food — and its parent company, Ahold USA — to join the Campaign for Fair Food! On April 16 in 1862, President Lincoln emancipated the slaves of Washington, D.C. Today, we commemorated this momentous decision to reject theContinue reading “rain or shine, DCFF + allies celebrate D.C. Emancipation Day with a Giant picket!”

Directions to Emancipation Day Demonstration at Giant

Map and Directions Join us at 5pm Saturday, April 16th at the Columbia Heights Giant  for a demonstration and discussion, and then we’ll head over to Haydee’s  for dinner! The closest metro stop is Columbia Heights on the green and yellow lines. If you’re coming from Powershift  , meet at 4:40 at Mount Vernon metroContinue reading “Directions to Emancipation Day Demonstration at Giant”

April 16: Emancipation in 1862, but not 2011?

It’s time for the supermarkets to get on board with the Campaign for Fair Food, and build towards a world in which slavery is truly over. In spite of support from nine other major buyers of tomatoes in the U.S. — including Ahold USA’s competitor Whole Foods, another major supermarket — Ahold USA refuses to workContinue reading “April 16: Emancipation in 1862, but not 2011?”