This weekend, go see “Tron Legacy” and watch a Fair Food activist kick butt!

Tron star Olivia Wilde (right) endorses the Campaign for Fair Food…

Plus: CIW returns to Lakeland, Publix’s backyard, for MLK Day march!

Olivia Wilde — star of the biggest movie of the holiday season, “Tron Legacy”, and of the hit TV series “House” — has endorsed the Campaign for Fair Food. Beyond being one of Hollywood’s fastest rising stars, Ms. Wilde comes from a distinguished family of journalists with a long history of political activism and is herself a board member of Artists for Peace and Justice. We are truly grateful for her support and willingness to lend her name to the movement for Fair Food.

[Campaign for Fair Food trivia bonus: Ms. Wilde is actually the second star of “Tron Legacy” to endorse the Campaign for Fair Food. Tron co-star (and Oscar-winner) Jeff Bridges also endorsed the campaign, way back in the days of the Taco Bell boycott!]

Meanwhile, back on terra firma, the CIW sent a healthy contingent of workers and allies from Immokalee to the Martin Luther King Day march in Lakeland this past weekend. The CIW crew traveled to Publix’s backyard to celebrate Dr. King’s legacy in action — spreading the word about the upcoming march in Tampa (on March 5th, the second half of the big spring supermarket action). Here below are a few pics to give you a visual idea of the exciting day:

The crew gathered for a group shot before the march…

… then got to business, as the world’s cutest pamphleteers spread the word about the upcoming Tampa march….

… but by the end of the day, all that hard work caught up to our energetic young Fair Food activists, one of whom took a well-deserved nap on a friend’s shoulder for the final steps of the way.