March for Milk with Dignity on June 17th
JOIN US On Saturday June 17th, marking the two year anniversary since Ben & Jerry's committed to join Migrant Justice’s Milk with Dignity Program, for a march winding through Vermont's iconic rural dairy landscapes and descending upon Ben & Jerry's Waterbury, VT plant and global public relations center. We kick off the march at the Vermont state house at 7am and will arrive to Ben & Jerry's in Waterbury at 2pm for the final rally!
On June 17th Join Vermont dairy workers for The March for Milk with Dignity
Ben & Jerry's: Join the Milk with Dignity Program Now!
Get up! Get Down! Milk with Dignity's Coming to Town!
Our Demand: Ben & Jerry's must ensure farmworkers' rights are respected in their supply chain by joining the Milk with Dignity Program, without further delay, as promised 2 years ago!
Why this action: Since 2009, when dairy worker José Obeth Santiz Cruz was killed in a bad workplace accident on a farm that supplies milk to Ben & Jerry's, Vermont dairy worker members of Migrant Justice have been educating Ben & Jerry's about serious human rights violations in its supply chain. In 2014, VT farmworkers invited Ben & Jerry's to join the Milk with Dignity Program--a new program to ensure farmworker's rights are secured. Ben & Jerry's committed, in the New York Times no less, to join the program 2 years ago in June 2015 and has not followed through on its commitment.
Details: Meet at Vermont statehouse at 7am. We will marching approximately 13 miles through the Vermont's iconic working landscapes, sustained by farmworkers, and ending the march at Ben & Jerry factory in Waterbury, VT at 2pm. Stay tuned to our website for updates.
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June 17th, 2017 7:00 PM through 4:00 PM