[act-ma] Tuesday 6 pm, Migrant Farmworkers' tour stop in Cambridge!

Geoff Carens geoff.carens at gmail.com
Mon Oct 18 12:13:10 PDT 2021

Dear All,

Farmworkers from Vermont are hitting the road this fall to spread the word
about Milk with Dignity! It's a great project that presses for safe working
conditions, decent housing and fair pay for migrant workers. You can learn
more, and/or plug into this vital activism tomorrow (Tues 10/19), at 1730
Cambridge St in Cambridge. The building is also called "CGIS South," and
the event will begin at 6 pm in the Tsai Auditorium (Rm S010). A Facebook
event is here
<https://www.facebook.com/events/4712617722103991?ref=newsfeed>. See you

*Background*: Throughout the Corona Crisis, migrant farmworkers continue to
work day in and day out to produce the milk and dairy products that line
supermarket shelves. Join Migrant Justice for a 1.5 hour presentation to
learn more about farmworkers’ groundbreaking Milk with Dignity program
which brings together farmworkers, consumers, farmer owners and corporate
buyers with the principal goal of fostering a sustainable Northeast dairy
industry that advances the human rights of farmworkers, supports the
long-term interests of farm owners, and provides an ethical supply chain
for retail food companies and consumers. We know that the cows don't milk
themselves: Learn more about how you can get involved and help expand this
powerful solution to the Hannaford supermarket’s supply chain.

In Solidarity,

Pronouns: They / Them / Their

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