According to Michael Pollan, “The Food Sovereignty Prize has emerged as an important alternative to the World Food Prize. Its recognition of people working to promote genuine and sustainable food security, rather than simple food production, is needed and welcome.”
Join us on October 15!
And while gathering in NYC for the Food Sovereignty Prize, leaders from around the world are joining 2012 Food Sovereignty Prize honoree, the Coalition of Immokalee Workers to demand justice for farmworkers in Wendy’s supply chain! Join the CIW march at 1pm on Oct. 15 to support their struggle!