Continue to Keep the Pressure on Sakuma and Driscoll’s Berries to Support the Farm Workers at Sakuma Farms and in San Quintin, MX who pick the berries you eat.
THE BOYCOTT CONTINUES..
Latino Advocacy has been selected by FUJ to coordinate all communications with media outlets for the union. Latino Advocacy has the experience and proven record in supporting racial justice movements in Washington State. Maru Mora Villalpando, Latino Advocacy Principal, has built a relationship of trust with the Indigenous farm worker members of FUJ ; she has been supporting their movement since day one of the strike in 2013 and is knowledgeable of ongoing activity. She will be the spokesperson for the union and coordinate media communications during the upcoming historic negotiations.
Get Your Copy of the “Ballad of Sakuma” by Gary Kanter before they are gone! Gary Kanter, an amazing song writer and supporter of Familias Unidas por La Justicia, has written a song about Sakuma Farms and the farmworkers fight for justice. Make a $10-$20 Donation to Familias Unidas por la Justicia to get your copy of the CD today! Go to “Ballad of Sakuma” page to make a donation and order.
BOYCOTT THESE PRODUCTS UNTIL THE FARMWORKERS OF FAMILIAS UNIDAS HAVE A UNION CONTRACT. Calling for a boycott of these products that the workers help produce—and earn a living from—is not something that is done lightly. Let your dollars do the talking: Spend them elsewhere when you buy berry products.
ATTN: Boycott is Succeeding! We are Growing! Website under construction to improve communication. – Liisa
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Images are intended to promote the work for justice that FUJ has been doing for nearly 3 years now. Images and statements shared need to promote FUJ’s work and the boycott against Sakuma and Driscoll’s. We won’t allow for appropriation of our indigenous communities, members and fruit of our struggle.
We are in this social movement to ensure justice for our members, all farmworkers and every person of color oppressed by systems that perpetuate such oppression. We are not here to replicate that oppression. Thank you.