Member's Corner

There's no better way to make an impact than to become involved in our campaigns and attend our events, tours, roundtable dialogues on critical human needs, and calls for personal and policy actions to create a more humane and meaningful existence for all. 

Project Contacts

Migrant Education Project

Contact: Julie Solomon at

Build Democracy End Corporate Rule

Contact: Richard Hobbs at or the campaign at

Human Agenda Community Garden

Contact: Elizabeth Sarmiento at 


Project updates

Project Updates

Migrant Farmworker Children Forced To Keep Moving By California Rules

Human Agenda, the Center for Farmworker Families, and the Food Empowerment Project met with four leaders in the Office of Migrant Services (OMS) of the California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) on Friday, July 18 to promote a regulatory change to the “50-mile rule”.  The rule requires that migrant farmworkers in 24 migrant labor centers in California move 50 miles away in the off-season, radically disrupting the education of their children from November to May each academic year.