As part of Fair Food Across Border's Fall Tour, Melody Gonzalez, FFAB National Coordinator, will present the film Paying the Price: Migrant Workers in the Toxic Fields of Sinaloa and host a discussion about the role of agribusiness and internal migration in Mexico, NAFTA, farmworker conditions and campaigns here in the U.S., and corporate and consumer responsibility. Thursday, 3 September, 7-8:30pm, Perkins Library Biddle Rare Book Room. Parking is available at the Bryan Center parking deck.
Co-sponsors: Special Collections Library, Center for Documentary Studies, Center for Latin American and Carribean Studies, Duke Human Rights Center and Student Action with Farmworkers
The Fair Food Across Borders Fall Tour is being conducted in conjunction with the International Workers Tour, August 30-September 3.
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