Feed the Truth has a deep admiration for a wide range of organizations, communities, and individuals fighting for food sovereignty and a healthier, more just food system.
Here are but a few we hope you, too, will be inclined to support and follow.
The Coalition of Immokalee Workers (CIW) is a worker-based organization protect human rights by holding corporate supply chains accountable for farm labor exploitation, slavery, and gender-based violence.
Corporate Accountability is working to stop transnational corporations from devastating democracy, trampling human rights, and destroying the planet. Its vision is to build a world rooted in justice where corporations answer to people.
The Food Chain Workers Alliance is a coalition of worker-based organizations in the US and Canada representing 375,000+ workers in food supply chains. It is challenging companies to improve wages and working conditions to build a sustainable food system that respects workers’ rights based on social, environmental, and racial justice.
The Fight for $15 campaign is a global movement to challenge low-wage employers to raise minimum wages to $15 per hour and allow workers to unionize. The movement started in 2012 with a strike by 200+ fast food workers and has since expanded to support underpaid workers in childcare, higher education, retail, and more.
The Health, Environment, Agriculture, and Labor (HEAL) Alliance is a multi-sector, multi-racial coalition of 55 organizations that is holding the food industry accountable through organizing, research, and policy advocacy. Its mission is to create food and farm systems that are healthy, accessible, affordable, fair, and protects the environment.