Join activists, allies and members of the community as we stand together in solidarity with farmworkers across New York State on August 2nd at the White Plains Rennaisance Plaza, corner of Mamaroneck Avenue and Main Street.
This rally is cosponsored by WESPAC, engaging with the public at a common space where policies are threatening our neighbors and communities.
We are asking our Governor and state elected officials to support and finally pass the Farmworker Fair Labor Practices Act.
Join farmworkers, farmers, allies and activists in Albany for a rally and legislative visits as we advocate for the fair treatment of farmworkers in the state of New York and the passage of the Farmworker Fair Labor Practices Act (Senate Bill 2721/Assembly Bill 4189).
"You are never strong enough that you don't need help."
Immigration policy has been a prominent political topic ever since the previous presidential race. Often absent from this conversation, though, is the connection between immigration policy and food policy. In a country where 71 percent of farmworkers are foreign-born or immigrants and play an invaluable role in our food and agricultural system, it is essential to understand the links between the current immigration policies put forth by the Trump administration and the food and agricultural system in the United States.
Rural & Migrant Ministry's Sowing Seeds of Justice Reception, Dinner & Youth Symposium
Please join us in celebrating the 20th Anniversary of our Youth Empowerment Program at our
Annual Sowing Seeds of Justice Reception & Dinner at
St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church
82 Prospect Street, White Pains, NY
The Youth Arts Group Symposium will be held at
RMM will be represented by Jose Chapa at the Just Food Conference in NYC with a 2:50pm Advocacy Work Session entitled: Fighting Back Along the Food Chain: Food Workers Building Resilient Movements
"The fight is never about grapes or lettuce. It is always about people." -Cesar Chavez
In honor of Cesar Chavez Day and National Farmworker Awareness Week, this symposium aims to showcase interdisciplinary initiatives around immigration and migration in the United States. Presentations will include academic scholarship, artwork, film, and program proposals from students and activists across New York.
The Daughters of Sarah invite you to their annual Black History Month Dinner.
February 25, 2017, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. at the Presbyterian Church in Marlboro
98 West St, Marlboro, NY 12542
The theme is: UNITED WE STAND
The program will include both Guest Speakers and live music.
As always, the Daughters of Sarah will be serving delicious soul food including: fried chicken, BBQ chicken, collard greens, mac'n'cheese, potato salad, & corn bread
$15 for adults/$10 for children under 12