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Harvest without Violence: Boycott Wendy's March in NYC!
November 20, 2017, 5:30pm - November 20, 2017, 7:00pm
Join the formidable farmworker women leaders of the Coalition of Immokalee Workers for a major "Harvest without Violence" march in NYC on Nov. 20! The CIW Women’s Group will be traveling to the Big Apple to request a meeting with Wendy's Board Chairman and major shareholder Nelson Peltz in order toshare their powerful stories and demand Wendy’s do its part to end sexual violence in the fields.
Please bring your voices, your friends and family as we join farmworkers for a massive, colorful #BoycottWendys march through Midtown from the Wendy's on 3rd Ave and 45th St to the Park Ave. offices of Trian Partners. Raising our voices together, we'll declare that farmworker women should not have to surrender their dignity for the right to put food on their families’ tables!
March begins at 5:30pm at Wendy's (714 3rd Ave), and ends with a rally outside Trian Partners (280 Park Ave)
Get in touch with us at email@example.com to let us know you’ll be joining or if you have any questions.
For more information on the CIW and the Wendy’s Boycott, visit boycott-wendys.org/harvestwithoutviolence.
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