- Website – Watch the campaign unfold here with updates on the negotiations by the farmworkers.
- Facebook – Stay involved in boycott actions to support the farmworkers no matter where you live! You’ll see events and actions to take posted here.
- Boycott Sakuma Committee, Seattle Facebook – If you live in or near Seattle, join this group to learn about what you can do locally to help the boycott.
How to Take Action in Solidarity with FUJ
- Take Action in solidarity with Familias Unidas por la Justicia – Sample phone script for calls/emails to PCC and Driscoll’s as well as tips for social media messaging to support the boycott.
- About Familias Unidas por la Justicia – 5 minute video and brief background of the farmworkers’ struggle.
- Why we should support Familias Unidas por la Justicia – 5 minute video highlighting the history of FUJ organizing and how to support their ongoing work. (Please note: Information about pickets and the petition regarding H2A visas starting at 3:45 is outdated)
- Overview of the Sakuma Bros. Farm Berry Boycott – CAGJ blog post summarizing the history and context of the farmworkers struggle.
- The Pacific Coast Farm Worker Rebellion – Article by David Bacon in The Nation tying together labor disputes along the Pacific Coast.
- Farmworker Justice resources – Basic information on the immigration, legal, economic, and social aspects of farmworker rights in the US.
- Fresh Fruit, Broken Bodies – Book by Seth Holmes, anthropologist and MD, who lived and worked with farmworkers in Skagit Valley. Holmes shows how market forces, anti-immigrant sentiment, and racism undermine health and health care.
- The Wall Between Us: A Mixteco Migrant Community in Mexico and the United States, David Scott Fitzgerald – Academic research that examines the experiences of indigenous Mixteco migrants from Oaxaca living in the United States and their family members who remain in Mexico. Covering topics that range from border crossing experiences to the education of youth to mental health, the book provides a scholarly analysis of current migration from Mexico to the United States.