Grabbing AHOLD of Justice

by Clara Campbell / Topic: Recipe for Change, fair food, labor, Advocacy, modern day slavery August 7, 2015
Coalition of Immokalee Workers Fair Food Program

Three years ago, during the summer of 2012, thousands of you began learning about the very recent history of abuse and exploitation—including slavery—in Florida’s tomato fields. These tomatoes (and the farmworkers who grow and pick them) account for 90% of this country’s off-season (November to May) supply.

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Good news from the fields: Just tomatoes are here to stay

Fair Food Label

As Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. famously encouraged, “The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends towards justice.” In other words, courage, prayer and hard work can and will achieve justice in this world, but that journey takes time. A lot of time. Oftentimes, barraged by a seeming endless array of real (or imagined) global crises and injustices in the 24/7 news cycle, it can seem that justice is never coming.

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