Without adequate protections, the health and wellbeing of food delivery workers in Brazil are at stake.
Starbucks Employees Want Their Actual—Not Metaphorical—Seat at the Table
Starbucks workers in Buffalo, NY are fighting to unionize.
Supreme Court Rules Against California Farm Workers and Unions
Supreme Court decision could make it more difficult for union organizers to recruit farm workers in California.
A Community Fights for Power in “A Reckoning in Boston”
A new film, A Reckoning in Boston, explores the development of Boston’s first urban farming co-op and the racist and misogynistic structures that oppress communities of color.
New Report from One Fair Wage Finds Service Workers Are More Vulnerable During Pandemic
Tipped service workers are seeing a decline in tips and an increase in sexual harassment amid the pandemic, according to a new report.
The Last Straw or a New Beginning?
India’s new farm acts might be the last straw for the country’s small-holders. As protests continue, could this lead to a new beginning for farmers?
The Food System Needs More than a Digitally Skilled Workforce, Experts Say
In a recent panel about a digitally skilled workforce, experts the ways that technology and automation can help and harm food justice efforts.
New York City Street Vendors Celebrate Victory
After years of organizing, street food vendors are celebrating a win as New York City Council recently pass legislation that will lift the limit on the number of full-time vending permits.
Opinion | New Campaign Launches to Change the Recipe for Foodservice
The Community Coalition for Real Meals wants to reorient the food business model away from “Big Food” and toward “Real Food”—food that supports producers, equity, and the environment.