MON 11/21: CAGJ Post Election Discussion

CAGJ Post Election Discussion – Where do Food Justice and Food Sovereignty Movements go from here? MONDAY Nov 21, 6:30 – 8:30pm Location: New Hope Baptist Church, the home of Clean Greens Farm and Market. 124 21st Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, in the Central District Potluck: please bring something to share if you are able. […]

CAGJ’s Letter & Poster to WA Reps: VOTE NO on TPP!

CAGJ is delivering this poster with the below letter to our WA Congressional delegation this week. We salute Congress-members Adam Smith and Denny Heck, who have both announced their opposition!  The poster represents the 350 people who attended CAGJ’s July SLEE Dinner, and took this collective photo to sent to our Reps! DEAR WA CONGRESSIONAL […]

The Revolution is Community: Reflections on the Food Sovereignty Prize

Guest Blog by Naim Edwards, Detroit Black Community Food Security Network The “world hunger” discussion – certainly in the media – focuses on the overdeveloped nations and wealthy individuals figuring out how to help and provide resources for less industrialized nations to feed themselves. Whether it’s the G8, Monsanto, the Gates Foundation, or any other […]

Victory for Familias Unidas por la Justicia in Historic Union Election!

With deepest respect and admiration, we are excited to share the amazing news that Familias Unidas por la Justicia (FUJ) was elected last month to represent farmworkers at Sakuma Bros. Berry Farm in negotiations for a union contract! This is a historic moment in FUJ’s long history of courageous and persistent organizing, and gives strength […]

SAT Oct 15: Food Sovereignty Prize Award Ceremony at Town Hall

Food Sovereignty Prize Award Ceremony SAT Oct 15: 5:30 Doors Open, 6:00 Ceremony, 7:30 Reception Location: Town Hall Seattle (Downstairs), Eighth & Seneca, Seattle, WA 98101. This event is FREE; Donations gladly accepted at the door. Register for the event! Volunteers needed – email us! Help spread the word – Share the Facebook event. CAGJ […]

Anchor Farm Project: The Clinton Foundation’s Link to AGRA/BMGF

By Cate Abascal, AGRA Watch Intern, September 2015; Updated by Megumi Sugihara, AGRA Watch Member, September 2016 Anchor Farm Project is a commercial agriculture program designed initially for the farmers in Malawi.[1] It has been developed and operated by the Clinton Foundation’s “Clinton Development Initiative” and funded directly and indirectly by the Bill and Melinda […]