[act-ma] Fwd: Whole Foods opens Mid-Week! Stop by Monday night!
reedmiller17 at gmail.com
Sun Oct 30 19:55:09 PDT 2011
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From: Whose Foods? Whose Community? Coalition for an Affordable and Diverse
JP <whosefoodsjp at gmail.com>
Date: Sun, Oct 30, 2011 at 7:01 PM
Subject: Whole Foods opens Mid-Week! Stop by Monday night!
To: reedmiller17 at gmail.com
*Stop by and tell Whole Foods: "Don't Be a Scary Neighbor!" on Oct.
31, between 5-8pm*
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*Take Action on Monday!*
*Join us on Halloween evening on the sidewalk of the new Whole Foods store
to send a message:* "Whole Foods: Don't Be a Scary Neighbor"! We'll be
holding signs to send a strong message that we are still concerned about
the negative impact of this store on our neighborhood, and disappointed
with Whole Foods' resistance to negotiate a reasonable Community Benefits
Agreement to address these concerns.
*Take a "photo-petition" with CEO **John Mackey corporate vampire
deliver all of the pictures to Whole Foods management, help us take
hundreds! If you're trick-or-treating, stop by with your little ghouls for
some treats! If you're joining the Halloween Bike Ride at 8pm, join us at
7:30pm for a group picture!
*October 31, 5-8pm*
on the sidewalk of 415 Centre St, Jamaica Plain MA 02130
*Sign up on Facebook
Background The JP Whole Foods store is set to open its door very soon, but
they still have not committed to a Community Benefits Agreement (CBA) with
Jamaica Plain! Sign on to our CBA statement
A CBA would be negotiated by the JP Neighborhood Council, a coalition of
community organizations, and experienced negotiators. Such an agreement
could result in 1% of Whole Food's annual revenue being returned to the
community to *fight housing displacement*. *It could call for living wages
for their non-union employees, support for youth programs and local
businesses, and a published traffic study.*
The scariest thing in JP this Halloween season is the thought of a
corporate vampire moving into our neighborhood against the will of
thousands of residents, resulting in the displacement of many our neighbors,
* without them conceding to any of our Neighborhood Coucil's reasonable
requests!* (Read the story here:
Sign the statement Join the 200+ people who have signed a statement
demanding that Whole Foods enter into a binding agreement with Jamaica
Plain to help offset the cost of their impact on affordability and
diversity. *Read the statement and sign it
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