After two years of talk and no action by the company, hundreds of farmworkers and their fair food allies relaunched the public campaign in 2017-- including a 13 mile march to Ben & Jerry's Vermont factory in June. The CEO of Ben & Jerry's was on site at the factory and assured the passionate crowd of supporters that Ben & Jerry's is "ready to go"... And yet nearly two months have passed since then, and Ben & Jerry's has still not made a legally-binding commitment to the Program!
In September, Migrant Justice will embark on the "Human Rights Cannot Wait" speaking tour from Vermont to Washington, DC, logging over 1000 miles sharing worker's reality laboring in Ben & Jerry's dairy supply chain, presenting on the campaign and building support for the October 5th national day of action!
We will share an action toolkit that will provide you with what you need to take informed and effective action on the October 5th, so stay tuned to our website. Please fill out the below form and let us know if you want to organize or participate in the national day of action!!!