Triangle Friends of Farmeworkers members Christina Stableford (center) and Martha Beach (right)

NFWM Joins FLOC’s Support for Blacklisted Farm Workers

“We began to notice that the grower and supervisor would steal our wages by clocking us out for anything they could, like changing fields, waiting for equipment to come, or water breaks. Little by little, this added up and by the end of the season he had stolen thousands of dollars from our wages,” said […]

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Join NFWM May 5th for the March on Reynolds 2016

Come out and support FLOC and farm workers! Rally at Reynolds May 5th at 10:00 AM Reynolds American Headquarters, 401 N. Main St, Winston-Salem followed by a March to Winston Square Park Join the National Farm Worker Ministry, FLOC, Triangle Friends of Farmworkers and allies at Reynolds American’s annual shareholders meeting to call on the […]

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NFWM supports CIW’s Wendy’s boycott in NC!

The warm sun was bright and a cool breeze in the air made for perfect walking weather. Julie Taylor (NFWM’s Executive Director) put the mile march and public action ahead of us into context,” “Hear the plight of your people in the fields O Great Sower of seeds, Pruner of vines, Harvester of justice. Listen […]

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Prayers for Farm Worker Awareness Week

March 24th  kicked off the 17th annual observance of “Farmworker Awareness Week” focusing on farmworker lives (March 24-31). It is also the middle of Holy week bringing an end to the reflective season of Lent and moving us toward the Christian celebration of Easter. As farm worker supporters, we recognize the important place that faith […]

Dr. Rios reports to the crowd waiting outside of Sakuma offices, including FUJ President Ramon Torres (center) and  Tirso Moreno, General Coordinator of Farmworker Association of Florida (left) about her meeting with Mr. Weeden.

See the video! Sakuma Bros. CEO Refuses NFWM Supporters’ Postcards

Following the National Farm Worker Ministry’s endorsement of the Familias Unidas por la Justicia (FUJ) called boycott of Sakuma Bros., Driscoll’s berries and Häagen-Dazs strawberry ice cream, we have been urging farm worker supporters to sign postcards to the companies.  We have thus far received postcards from 750 people of faith and conscience around the […]

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Icons included in NFWM’s 2015 Year End Highlights: “Affected Population” icon by OCHA Visual Information Unit “Orange” icon by Creative Stall “Stand Out” icon by Blake Thompson “Church” icon by Andre Rafael, BR “Building” icon by Creative Stall, PK All of the above icons come from The Noun Project

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Stand with the UFW – 2 hours makes a difference!

Do you live near one of these areas? Chicago, IL Minneapolis, MN Cincinnati, OH Northwest Arkansas the San Francisco Bay area If so, the UFW needs YOUR help. The week of November 16 is the UFW’s national tour to deliver petitions in support of Darigold farm workers and they need folks to join them. Download the […]

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Be Part of the Global Day of Giving!

December 2nd is Giving Tuesday, the kick-off of the holiday giving season when people around the globe generously support organizations that work to make our world a better place. NFWM works hard all year for justice for farm workers and your support is very important to us and our work. NFWM IS ASKING FOR YOUR HELP IN […]

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Help “berry” our intern in Postcards!

Rachel Sanchez, NFWM’s Duke Ministerial intern is hard at work receiving postcards and preparing them to send in support of the Familias Unidas por la Justicia (FUJ) campaign for berry pickers.  So far, NFWM has received 1816 postcards from 434 people!   Help “berry” Rachel in even more postcards!  Our goal is to collect 2,016 postcards […]

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112 Cox Ave., Suite 208
Raleigh, NC 27605
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