The National Democratic Independent Farm Workers Union (SINDJA) is calling upon all sister organizations to participate in the International Global Action against the transnational corporation Driscoll’s — one of the most exploitive agricultural companies in the San Quintín Valley, Baja…
Caravan for a Fair Wage and Decent Life sets out
With this documentary, we want to make public what took place between June and August of 2016, through the voices of the citizens, teachers, mothers, and municipal authorities of Oaxaca.
October 15 support the 80,000 farmworkers in San Quintín with the message that the boycott of Driscoll's Berries continues until there is a union contract.
We will continue our resistance, boycotting Driscoll's for a better life and a better future for farmworkers' families in San Quintín.
Two years earlier, a slogan had spread like a dust cloud: fair wages. There was already talk of a "crazy idea": they had to rise up.
Community organizers are collaborating with the Salinas Police Department to silence and distort anti-police sentiments within the community of Salinas.
Schoolteachers demanding worker rights and free public education for everyone were violently removed from the Mexico City Zócalo on September 13 and are now regrouping.
By David Bacon Watsonville, CA 11/19/10 The California coast, from Davenport south through Santa Cruz, Watsonville and Castroville, is brussels sprouts country. Most of this vegetable in north America comes from these fields, although a growing harvest now takes place…
On June 14th 2006, when police forces attacked thousands of striking teachers in Oaxaca, Mexico, the annual strike turned into a widespread popular rebellion, demanding the governors’ resignation. A broad social movement of teachers, social organizations, unions, students, activists, and…