Find an action near you!
- Ann Arbor, MI: Margaret, email@example.com
- Asheville, NC : Claire, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Chicago, IL: Meghan, email@example.com
- Columbus, OH: Ohio Fair Food, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Denver, CO: Lani, email@example.com
- Estero, FL: Jordan, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Louisville, KY: Elena, email@example.com
- Madison, WI (Student Power Convergence): Joe, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Milwaukee, WI: workers (at) ciw-online.org
- New York, NY: Community/Farmworker Alliance, email@example.com
- Olympia, WA: CIW, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Philadelphia, PA: Philly Fair Food, email@example.com
- Pittsburgh, PA: CIW, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Providence, RI: CIW, email@example.com
- Rio Grand Valley, TX: Hector, firstname.lastname@example.org
- SoCal, CA: Natali, email@example.com
- St. Louis, MO: CIW, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Treasure Coast, FL: Treasure Coast Fair Food, email@example.com
- Washington D.C.: DC Fair Food, firstname.lastname@example.org
“The Final Fast Food Hold-out”
Of the five largest fast food corporations in the country — McDonald’s, Subway, Burger King, Taco Bell (Yum! Brands), and Wendy’s — Wendy’s stands alone as the only one who has refused to join the Fair Food Program and respect the rights and dignity of farmworkers in its supply chain.
As Wendy’s positions itself to implement sustainable business practices and promote its sourcing of “honest ingredients,” it must realize that respect for human rights and worker participation are integral components of the genuine sustainability that today’s consumers expect and demand.
Join the movement calling on Wendy’s to get with the Fair Food Program by organizing an action in your community for the big Wendy’s Week of Action, August 3-11. Click here for more information on how you can get involved!