This Saturday (Nov. 11th), join South Florida students, faith allies and farmworkers at the 4th Annual Miami Action!


Join hundreds of allies from across the Miami area including university students, local clergy, faith leaders and community members in a spirited march as they raise their voices to call on both Wendy’s and Publix to end sexual violence in their supply chains!

This Saturday, hundreds of Barry University & St. Thomas University students, along with allies from the Miami area, will host the 4th Annual Miami action. This years’ action is centered around the CIW’s Harvest Without Violence campaign, recently launched by the CIW Women’s Group to highlight the sexual violence endemic in both Wendy’s and Publix’s supply chains and call on the food giants to do their part in securing humans rights for farmworkers by joining the Fair Food Program.

Miami allies are welcome in the spirit of community to join with farmworkers to elevate this call for justice!

Harvest without Violence: 4th Annual Miami Action!

Saturday, November 11th at 12:30pm (Please do not park in the Wendy’s parking lot)

Gathering at Margaret Pace Park: 1745 N Bayshore Drive, Miami, FL 33132

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Raising our voices together, we’ll declare that farmworkers should not have to surrender their dignity for the right to put food on their families’ tables.

Winter Death Penalty Speaker Series

St Andrew’s Episcopal Church
100 N. Palmway
(N.E. Corner of Palmway and Lucerne Ave)
Lake Worth, FL 33460


Tentative Schedule 
Jan 28, 2018 – Herman Lindsay, Exoneree #27 (Florida) #135 (national exonerees)
​Herman is now on the Board of Directors of Witness to Innocence. Founded in 2003 by Sister Helen Prejean, internationally renowned anti-death penalty activist, and Ray Krone, the 100th person exonerated from death row in the United States, Witness to Innocence (WTI) began as a project of the New Orleans-based Moratorium Campaign Education Fund. Two years later WTI moved to Philadelphia, PA, where it transformed itself into one of the most powerful and unique anti-death penalty organizations in the United States. ​


Feb 18, 2018 – Suezann Bosler – Family member Suezann is a founder of Journey of Hope, an organization of victims’ families. (From rage to forgiveness). She will discuss the journey to forgiveness.


March 11, 2018 – Carey Haughwout, Palm Beach County Public Defender
April 22, 2018 – Fr. John Dear, a internationally known Catholic priest who also is a peace activist, popular author, retreat leader and lecturer on peace and justice issues including the death penalty


To confirm dates and for more information:
Virginia Jens (


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