Farmworker Justice Wine and Jazz Reception
October 18, 2016, 6pm to 8:30pm
AFL-CIO Building, 815 16th St., Gompers Hall
Washington, D.C.

Thank you for celebrating our 35th year of serving farmworkers and their organizations with us. This year we were pleased to have jazz vibraphonist Chuck Redd and his band play during our reception. During the event,  we honored Tirso Moreno, the General Coordinator of the Farmworker Association of Florida. Mr. Moreno emigrated from Mexico, labored as a migrant farmworker, and has built an impactful statewide organization of farmworkers and their families. Farmworker Justice for many years has collaborated with Mr. Moreno and the Association, which is based in Apopka and has five offices around the state.

Your support for the Wine & Jazz Reception helps Farmworker Justice meet the demand for the advocacy, training, litigation and other support for efforts to improve wages and working conditions, immigration policy, health and access to health care, and access to justice.

A special Thank You to all of our sponsors and donors:

Social Justice Leader
Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll

Harvester of Justice
Robin Talbert and Bruce Goldstein

Cultivator of Justice
David Bowler
Joan and James Leonard

Supporter of Justice
Ceja Vineyards
Jules Bernstein and Linda Lipsett
Kit Gage and Steven Metalitz
Kim Allison Gandy
Maria Holleran Rivera and Jay Holleran
Frances Stevenson
Weeun Wang

Friend of Justice
Kerry Blume
Karen C. Coe
Farmworker Legal Services of New York
Pete Garcia
Kathy Krieger
Shannon Lederer
Thea Lee
Carol Wolchok
In memory of Joseph Fortuna, M.D., the Section on Underserved Occupational Populations, American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (ACOEM).


Together, let’s help protect the people who labor in the fields to feed us!
Farmworker Justice® is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization; donations are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.

Your support helps Farmworker Justice continue its important work.