Posts Tagged with "food sovereignty"

How Cargill is Saving Humanity… and the World

Thursday, August 30, 2012

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How Cargill is Saving Humanity… and the World

If you made $5 billion clearing a community’s forest and community food garden, polluted and drained their rivers, but gave them a tree and a bucket of clean water in return, would you feel justified saying you’re building healthy communities, preserving rivers and reducing deforestation? Would you pat yourself on the back? Maybe not, but [...]

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How To Occupy Cargill

Friday, February 10, 2012

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How To Occupy Cargill

Update: Occupy Cargill’s Phone Lines on #F27 If you can’t physically occupy a Cargill facility (see below), here is a quick and easy way to make a big difference just by picking up the phone. If you’d like to go into greater detail beyond the script, check out our new Cargill factsheet. 1) Call 1 [...]

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Farmers Unite with RAN To Fight Cargill And Challenge Corporate Control Of Our Food System

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

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Farmers Unite with RAN To Fight Cargill And Challenge Corporate Control Of Our Food System

Last week, over 40 Minnesota residents made a citizens’ arrest of Cargill, Inc. in front of the company’s downtown Minneapolis office at the Grain Exchange. I walked away from the event struck with inspiration and hope. Why? In addition to being amazed that so many enthusiastic people braved below-freezing weather to hold Cargill accountable for [...]

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RAN Report from the USSF: Another World is Possible

Thursday, July 1, 2010

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Last week, I had the opportunity to travel to Detroit for the second U.S. Social Forum. It was an incredible gathering of over 15,000 people from every corner of the United States, as well as allies from countries such as Honduras, Haiti and Palestine. In the spirit of the World Social Forum, which will take [...]

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