Allowing workers to form a union and collectively bargain with their employer is the only way to address the huge imbalance of power and provide an effective structure for self-determination
Multi-national corporations have created a supply system that enriches its executives at the expense of those who work in the fields.
These corporations have the wealth and power to change the harsh realities that many farmworkers face.
FLOC seeks a structure where all those in the system (corporations, growers, and farmworkers) work together to solve problems
Historically, this is the only solution that has made a real difference in farmworkers’ conditions and lives. http://supportfloc.org/aboutus.aspx“
Also in the news archived at Free Speech Radio News — “In the U.S., protesters demand better conditions for tobacco farm laborers,” April 27, 2011, http://fsrn.org/audio/us-protestors-demand-better-conditions-tobacco-farm-laborers/8427
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