California Food and Farming Network

Building a movement centered on racial equity to transform the food and farming system through state policies

CFFN envisions an inclusive, equitable, and ecologically regenerative food and farming system that has recognized and repaired injustices to Black, Indigenous and people of color workers, producers and communities, and which generates healthy, affordable, accessible, nutritious and culturally appropriate food and other agricultural products.

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Essential but Disposable: State Assembly Labor Committee Hearing Finds State Agencies Fail to Protect Farmworkers and Highlights Community Solutions 

For Immediate Release                                                                             February 9, 2024, 12:00 pm PST                               Sacramento, CA — The Assembly Labor and Employment Committee, chaired by Assemblymember Liz Ortega (D-San Leandro), hosted a hearing this past Wednesday on the failure of state agencies to enforce labor laws for California’s farmworkers.

Actualización Legislativa del Grupo de Trabajo de Defensa de los Trabajadores Agrícolas: Éxitos y Decepciones. La Lucha Continua por la Dignidad de los Trabajadores.

Por Alexa Marin Benavente, becario de politicas en CFFN En marzo de este año, el California Farmworker Advocacy Working Group (el Grupo de Trabajo de Defensa de los Trabajadores Agrícolas de California en español) estableció sus Prioridades Legislativas: 9 proyectos de ley estatales que beneficiarían a los 500,000 trabajadores agrícolas que laboran en los campos agrícolas de California.

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Racial Equity


Abundance Mindset

Shifting the Narrative

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