Transportation for farm workers to and from the farms.
The marchers enter Charlotte County during this stretch of marching that started about 5 miles south of this point.
This farm in Immokalee represents the vast area worked by farmers and the lack of shade and other amenities not provided for workers.
Giada protesting with her sign crafted by the CIW and their supporters.
Lunch break during a stretch of the days march. This is where I met up with the group and continued to march a 7 mile stretch of US 41, from North Fort Myers to Charlotte County.
An array of signs and protesters march along US 41 in North Fort Myers during a segment of the March Against Publix last March, 2012.
A Publix in Naples, Florida, with Giada (a friend from the march) sporting her CIW/Fair Food arm band.
A woman flies a sign in protest against Publix, using the Publix “P” to drive the point home.
A farm’s “Safety Regulations” sign outside of the acreage of a farm in Immokalee.
Students, Farm workers, and the general public come together in protest against Publix during a march last March.
A tower in North Fort Myers fills with protesters during a break from marching.
A truck leads the way for protesters pleading for fair rights for the workers of Immokalee, Florida.
A woman volunteering for the CIW who specializes in rights for women the organization.