Congress Must Pass “The BAN OPs Act”

NFWM joins Alianza Nacional de Campesinas and other partners in demanding congress pass the Banning All Neurotoxic Organophosphate Pesticides from our... Read More »

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Help Reduce Child Labor in Agriculture

The 300,000 to 500,000 estimated children who work in agriculture are the least protected workforce in the US by law. Labor laws protect and prevent c... Read More »

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Farm Workers Honored for Essential Service

Written By Sylvia Campbell, NFWM board representative from Alliance of Baptists On Thursday, Sept. 1, I had the opportunity to represent the Nation... Read More »

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Harvest of Justice 2022 Resources Now Available!

NFWM’s annual “Harvest of Justice” resources are now available!  The 2022 theme is “Child Labor in Agriculture.” Justice for... Read More »

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Be An Ambassador for NFWM

To truly help more farm workers, we need more people to hear about farm worker campaigns and the amazing work NFWM is doing to harvest justice with fa... Read More »

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My Summer With NFWM

Stand With Farm Workers. They Feed Us! Written by Kaleb Graves, Duke Divinity Summer Intern with NFWM During my visit to farm worker camps this su... Read More »

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UFW Needs Your Help

On August 3rd, farm workers will launch a 24-day, 335-mile "March for the Governor's Signature" from the UFW's historic Delano CA 40 Acres. They ... Read More »

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Ban Organophosphates

Organophosphate pesticides are inherently toxic to humans and pose a risk to children’s neurodevelopment and normal neurological function. At a... Read More »

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The UFW Needs Your Support

On August 3 in Delano, California farm workers will launch a grueling 335-mile “March for the Governor’s Signature" urging Governor Gavin Newsom t... Read More »

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Poor People’s Campaign and Moral Call to Action

The National Farm Worker Ministry had a small delegation with many others scattered among the crowd of supporters from around the country on Saturday,... Read More »

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