Move to Amend Reports on Corporate Agribusiness and the People's Tribunal for Farmworkers

February 25, 2016

Move to Amend Reports connects you with activists and organizers working on the frontlines of the democracy movement, to bring you the lowdown on corporate rule, corporate personhood, and money as speech.

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As the corporate-owned news continues airing the racist and xenophobic rhetoric defining the 2016 presidential cycle, it’s missing the big news of oppressed communities fighting to hold corporations and their elected officials accountable for systemic injustice and corruption.

In February, Washington State’s Agricultural Industries were in the spotlight for a People's Tribunal documenting and exposing systemic violations of state laws, civil rights, labor rights, and human rights against farmworkers. Find out what we learned from the Farmworker Tribunal and its intersections with issues of immigration policy and private prisons in this week’s episode featuring Latino Advocacy, LLC founder Maru Mora-Villalpando, who served as the Human Rights Judge for this tribunal.


Move to Amend Reports is hosted by Laura Bonham and Egberto Willies, members of Move to Amend's National Leadership Team. Executive producer is Keyan Bliss. Production team is Kaitlin Sopoci-Belknap, Keyan Bliss, Laura Bonham, Egberto Willies, and Renee Babcock.

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