On October 15, 2016, farmworkers in San Quintín and their allies in Mexico and the United States will reaffirm their support for the Driscoll’s boycott until the workers have a union contract that guarantees them livable working conditions. A year-and-a-half after they went on strike, conditions for the workers remain dire, with people paid dollars a day for working up to 12 hours or more.
Rallies will take place at least in Tijuana, New York City, Chicago, Bellingham, WA, and Driscoll’s distribution center and berry store in Aromas, CA. The Santa Cruz Support Committee will be in Aromas. For more information, contact us at email@example.com.