Please join University of Washington, Students for Labor and Employment Justice for an event highlighting issues facing immigrant farm workers in America:
WORKING FOR JUSTICE FOR IMMIGRANT FARM WORKERS:
Perspectives from Rosalinda Guillen, Executive Director of C2C: Community to Community Development
Wednesday, May 9th 12:30-1:20
University of Washington School of Law
Gates Hall Room 133
Rosalinda Guillen, farm worker justice leader and Director of Community to Community Development, speaks on the issues facing immigrant farm workers and shares innovative approaches to advocacy and solidarity movements.
Rosalinda Guillen is a widely recognized farm worker and rural justice leader. She worked within the labor movement with Caesar Chavez’s United Farm Workers of America and is currently the Executive Director of Community to Community Development (C2C) in Whatcom County. C2C is a women of color-led grassroots organization in Whatcom County working for a just society and healthy communities. Ms. Guillen has represented farm workers in ongoing dialogues of immigration issues, labor rights, trade agreements, and strengthening the food sovereignty movement.