Join us for a discussion with Marc Rodrigues of the Student/Farmworker Alliance
on the Coalition of Immokalee Workers' current campaign demanding justice and
fair wages for tomato pickers in McDonald's supply chain.

Where: 339 Lafayette St. buzzer #11, NYC (corner of Bleecker & Lafayette St,
near the 7 train Bleeker St. station, one block north of Houston).

When: Friday, December 29th, 7:00 pm

Info: visit www.fairfoodnyc.org and www.sfalliance.org. OR: e-mail
fairfoodnyc(at)gmail.com and marc(at)sfalliance.org

SFA is a national network of students and youth organizing in solidarity with
farmworkers to eliminate sweatshop conditions and modern-day slavery in the
fields.

SFA works in partnership with the Coalition of Immokalee Workers, a
membership-led organization of mostly Latino, Haitian, and Mayan Indian
low-wage immigrant workers based in Southwest Florida. Together we won the
historic Taco Bell Boycott in 2005.

Marc Rodrigues, originally from Yonkers, currently lives and works full-time in
Immokalee as co-coordinator of the SFA.

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Fair Food NYC is an independent group supporting the Coalition of the Immokalee
Workers. For more about their struggle, visit ciw-online.org.

Contact fairfoodnyc(at)gmail.com or visit  http://www.fairfoodnyc.org for more
information or to get involved.