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thealaskanassassin: champagnebruja: hitthisandjustchill: motherofpalms: swagintherain: blackness-by-your-side: WORD. he does the job no one wants to do and then will be told that he’s stealing it. The driscolls boycott is still goin on And here are ways you can help farmworkers Donate to food chain workers alliance https://t.co/okIpzNoyEv Donate to United farm workershttps://t.co/HwgXdH4l7w Donate to farmworker justicehttps://t.co/O14KKMg7KE Donate/give supplies to migrant Farmworkers Assistance Fund https://t.co/ePbmNBVLMP Donate to center for Farmworker familieshttps://t.co/IReMpiEaq1 Donate to campaign for Migrant worker justice https://t.co/f2TV0Jqzd1 Donate to brandworkershttps://t.co/NhTNsUrbBw Donate to CIWhttps://t.co/uH5bUUGqwg Keep in mind that Publix and Wendy’s refuse to join the fair food program Reblogging again for the links for those of you who have not harvested/ or do not know harvesters: you HAVE to go as fast as you possibly can at every given minute. workers almost always forgo their break times. why? because the patrons set minimum daily quotas. if for example, you are picking grapes, the quota is 48 (21 pound) boxes of grapes for an 8 hour shift, or  1,000 pounds of grapes picked by just TWO PEOPLE. however if you only reach the minimum quota, the supervisors will threaten you by threatening to reduce your hours, or outright firing you. so any video you see of field workers moving mind-mindbogglingly fast are out of fear and necessity.  📢📢📢 : thealaskanassassin: champagnebruja: hitthisandjustchill: motherofpalms: swagintherain: blackness-by-your-side: WORD. he does the job no one wants to do and then will be told that he’s stealing it. The driscolls boycott is still goin on And here are ways you can help farmworkers Donate to food chain workers alliance https://t.co/okIpzNoyEv Donate to United farm workershttps://t.co/HwgXdH4l7w Donate to farmworker justicehttps://t.co/O14KKMg7KE Donate/give supplies to migrant Farmworkers Assistance Fund https://t.co/ePbmNBVLMP Donate to center for Farmworker familieshttps://t.co/IReMpiEaq1 Donate to campaign for Migrant worker justice https://t.co/f2TV0Jqzd1 Donate to brandworkershttps://t.co/NhTNsUrbBw Donate to CIWhttps://t.co/uH5bUUGqwg Keep in mind that Publix and Wendy’s refuse to join the fair food program Reblogging again for the links for those of you who have not harvested/ or do not know harvesters: you HAVE to go as fast as you possibly can at every given minute. workers almost always forgo their break times. why? because the patrons set minimum daily quotas. if for example, you are picking grapes, the quota is 48 (21 pound) boxes of grapes for an 8 hour shift, or  1,000 pounds of grapes picked by just TWO PEOPLE. however if you only reach the minimum quota, the supervisors will threaten you by threatening to reduce your hours, or outright firing you. so any video you see of field workers moving mind-mindbogglingly fast are out of fear and necessity.  📢📢📢
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conservationofhope: Steve Irwin Day, celebrated each year on 15 November, is an annual international event honoring the life and legacy of the one and only Crocodile Hunter, Steve Irwin! Steve Irwin Day represents the many things Steve was passionate about: FAMILY, WILDLIFE CONSERVATION and FUN! Khaki is more than a colour. It’s an attitude. It’s a stand to do something positive in our world and a passion to make a difference. And when you make a difference – you KHAKI IT! Khaki is a symbol of Steve Irwin, the original Crocodile Hunter and Wildlife Warrior. At Australia Zoo and Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors – we continue the legacy of Conservation, Family and Fun that Stevo created – and every day – we KHAKI IT! When you see that khaki uniform, it is a sign that somebody is there to get in and get their hands dirty and save an animal or campaign for wildlife conservation. You don’t have to be Terri, Bindi or Robert Irwin or a member of the Zoo Crew to be a Wildlife Warrior. Anyone can make a difference. Anyone can KHAKI IT! Here are some more ideas on how you can KHAKI IT on Steve Irwin Day: Wear khaki and make a donation to Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors Celebrate at Australia Zoo on 15 November Renew, reuse and recycle Clean up your local beach Build a possum box or a frog pond in your backyard Lock up your dogs and cats at night. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QJEGq-SBo2Y: CroCodilie junt Crikey!! What a Little Beauty! IMAGES) conservationofhope: Steve Irwin Day, celebrated each year on 15 November, is an annual international event honoring the life and legacy of the one and only Crocodile Hunter, Steve Irwin! Steve Irwin Day represents the many things Steve was passionate about: FAMILY, WILDLIFE CONSERVATION and FUN! Khaki is more than a colour. It’s an attitude. It’s a stand to do something positive in our world and a passion to make a difference. And when you make a difference – you KHAKI IT! Khaki is a symbol of Steve Irwin, the original Crocodile Hunter and Wildlife Warrior. At Australia Zoo and Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors – we continue the legacy of Conservation, Family and Fun that Stevo created – and every day – we KHAKI IT! When you see that khaki uniform, it is a sign that somebody is there to get in and get their hands dirty and save an animal or campaign for wildlife conservation. You don’t have to be Terri, Bindi or Robert Irwin or a member of the Zoo Crew to be a Wildlife Warrior. Anyone can make a difference. Anyone can KHAKI IT! Here are some more ideas on how you can KHAKI IT on Steve Irwin Day: Wear khaki and make a donation to Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors Celebrate at Australia Zoo on 15 November Renew, reuse and recycle Clean up your local beach Build a possum box or a frog pond in your backyard Lock up your dogs and cats at night. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QJEGq-SBo2Y

conservationofhope: Steve Irwin Day, celebrated each year on 15 November, is an annual international event honoring the life and legacy...

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