Watch as Josh Harper gives a history lesson on the global anti-vivisection movement! This event was brought to you by Portland Animal Liberation for World Week for Animals in Labs 2013. Filmed by Burning Hearts Media. Feel free to share.
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Food Empowerment Project (F.E.P.) is organizing a Bay Area school supply drive for the children of farm workers from April 16 – 30.
Farm workers pick all of our food and are victims of an unjust system that benefits corporations over workers, profit over people, and greed over families. These workers strive to get by on very little income, and parents and grandparents often cannot afford to buy their children the school supplies they need.
While F.E.P. works in other ways to challenge this system, we want to do our best to give farm workers the support they deserve.
- school backpacks (in great demand)
- erasers (rectangular)
- binders (pocket portfolio folders)
- lined paper
- 3-ring binders
- pencil pouch for binders
- markers or crayons
- index flash cards
- pencil sharpener with container to collect pencil shavings
Drop off locations:
- Marin County
- Palo Alto
- San Francisco
- San Jose
- Sonoma County
Please email us at info(at)foodispower.org to get the address of where to drop them off.
We will be giving the supplies to The Center for Farmworker Families to distribute to the children of farm workers in the Salinas and Watsonville areas.
If possible, please buy non-toxic supplies*.
Thank you for your support of families who work so hard helping to put the food on our tables.
*Please note, although Food Empowerment Project is referring to the work of another organization, we do not necessarily endorse the entire content of their website or mission.