North Carolina Kicks Off the Harvest of Dignity Campaign!



The Farmworker Advocacy Network invites you to a Thanksgiving gathering…


The Harvest of Dignity Campaign Kick-Off!

Who: Farm workers and allies, people of faith, local media, local chefs, and you!

What: The Harvest of Dignity Campaign Kick Off

Luncheon and media event

When: Thurs., Nov. 18th, 12noon-2pm

Where: Pullen Memorial Baptist Church, Raleigh, NC

Why: To get the word out about the Harvest of Dignity Campaign – a new campaign that demands safe living conditions & working conditions for farm workers, and enforcement of current laws that protect these workers. This is our opportunity to share stories with the press & to share a Thanksgiving meal with farm workers, farm worker-allies and local media!

RSVP by Nov. 11th: We need your support and presence at this event!

Email:, or call: (828) 273-0927. Leave your name, organization/community affiliation, language preference (Eng./Spn.) and any food restrictions you may have.

Get involved!
NC Farmworkers need your strong support over the coming months to make much critical policy changes for safe workplaces, safe places to live and stronger enforcement of existing laws.

Endorse the campaign
Have you and/or your organization endorsed the campaign? Now, you can endorse Harvest of Dignity on the FAN website! It’s easy and takes 30 seconds… Go to:

Host a House Party
Contact your local NFWM staff to get you started. We’ve got party-planning guides, recipes, materials on the campaign and more! Email: or call: 919-597-1080

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