This is a young woman that I interviewed during a 7 mile stint that we marched on the 3rd of March, 2013. I asked her what she thought was the most important aspect of the event. Watch the video to hear her response.
A farmer from Maine, with daughter in lap, tells us how he came to know the Coalition, why it is important to fight for their cause, and how he makes a difference in his community as well as the Immokalee community. Warning: there is a lot of background noise due to the fact we were in the middle of a break during the march.
A woman aligns here church with the efforts put toward helping the Coalition of Immokalee workers.
A short but powerful explanation as to why the march took place.
A bilingual prayer takes place during another break while marching.
A student volunteering with the Student Farm-workers Alliance identifies with the Coalition through her own life experiences.
Protestors outside of a Publix in downtown Fort Myers.
Giada interviews a woman who works with the Coalition to promote women’s rights. (Video is in Spanish only)