Farmworker Reality Tour in Watsonville, CA
Farmworker housing is typically located in remote areas far from cities and towns, thereby rendering farmworkers invisible to the general public. Farmworker Reality Tours correct this disconnect by allowing participants to meet, dialogue with, and hear the testimonials of farmworkers.
The tours challenge participants to better understand the conditions of Mexican farmworkers in Northern California by sharing in their lives, food, and living quarters.
What: Strawberry Harvesting Demonstration & FW Life Story Followed by Dialogue, Testimonials, & Dinner with Farmworkers at Migrant Labor Camp in Watsonville
When: Sunday, July 27, 2014: 3 - 9 PM
Group Size: Limited to the first 25 who register. Children with parents welcome. The first 25 persons to register (pay) will be able to attend. Must register by July 20.
Donation: $30 per Person Check Payable to “Human Agenda”. Send to Human Agenda Treasurer, 2175 The Alameda, Suite 103, San Jose, CA 95126. Proceeds go to farm worker families hosting the tour.
Meet: At 3:00 PM at San Jose City College, corner of Moorpark and Leigh Avenue. We will carpool to Watsonville.
Wear: Jeans, T-shirts, etc. (nothing flashy or ostentatious).
Tour: Dr. Ann Lopez, Professor and Author, The Farmworkers’ Journey
Leaders: Richard Hobbs, Immigration Attorney & Executive Director, Human Agenda
Further Info: Contact Richard Hobbs at 408-460-2999 or firstname.lastname@example.org