PRESS ADVISORY: Genetically Engineered Salmon – Indigenous Leaders Panel & Film

PRESS ADVISORY Media Contacts: Simone Adler, Organizing Director, Community Alliance for Global Justice: 215-873-4672 | [email protected] Jonathan Shipley, Marketing Manager, Town Hall Seattle: 206-437-7438 | [email protected]       Salmon People Film & Panel Sheds Light on Genetically Engineered Salmon   SEATTLE, WA April 5, 2019 – On Tuesday, April 9, indigenous leaders and food […]

TUES APRIL 9: CAGJ Presents “Salmon People: Northwest Native Opposition to Genetically Engineered Fish”

Town Hall Seattle and CAGJ present Salmon People: Northwest Native Opposition to Genetically Engineered Fish Film Screening and Discussion      Doors open at 6pm: Refreshments & Meet local organizations! Program 7-8:30PM Location: Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute, 104 17th Ave S. Tickets $5: Purchase online and at the door;​ No one turned away for lack […]

Press Release: FDA Lifts Import Ban on Genetically Engineered Salmon

For Immediate Release: March 11, 2019 Contacts: Patrick Davis, Friends of the Earth, (202) 222-0744, [email protected] George Kimbrell, Center for Food Safety, (971) 271-7372, [email protected] FDA Lifts Import Ban on Genetically Engineered Salmon Consumer, Native and Environmental Groups Decry FDA Decision    WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Center for Food Safety, Friends of the Earth and […]

Mark Lynas slammed for exploiting African farmers’ images to promote GMOs

Mark Lynas, a visiting fellow at Cornell’s Office of International Programs at the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, and a known pro-GM propagandist with the Cornell Alliance for Science, is under fire for non-consensual usage of images of African farmers and their crops. Dr Eugenio Tisselli – an IT specialist – and Dr Angelika […]

‘Plant the Seed’ music video by Taina Asili

Plant the Seed, a 10-minute music video produced by singer, filmmaker, and activist Taína Asili from Albany, NY, was just released in February 2019. Plant the Seed is inspired by the the work of black food justice farmer and educator Leah Penniman of Soul Fire Farm. Soul Fire Farm aims to uplift farmers of color […]

Bt Cotton No Aid to Textiles Sector but a Trapdoor for Unsafe Food

Summarized by Rebecca Fogel, CAGJ Intern In this article Anne Maina, national coordinator of the Kenya Biodiversity Coalition (KBioC), sounds the alarm about the introduction of Bt cotton in Kenya. (CAGJ leaders met with Anne and KBioC when they visited Kenya in 2009, and again in Senegal this past November.) Over the past few months, […]