August 2019: Climate Change is Affecting Farmworkers

Farmworkers Rise Up Against Trump and Labor Exploitation

Farmworker March for Dignity in Northern WA

Farmworker March for Dignity Press Release

July 2019: Vigil Depicts Children in Cages to Raise Awareness of Migrant Conditions

Protesters Gather at Ferndale US Customs & Border Patrol Offices

The Revolution Will Be Delicious

Farmworkers Have Own Cooperative, Central Road Farm

Rosalinda Guillen is a Force for Farmworker Justice

June 2019: WA Farmworkers Strike Over Intimidation, Threats

April 2019: SB 5438 Unanimously Passes in WA House Bringing Hope for H2A Farmworker Protections

March 2019: Climate Change Is Already Reshaping How We Farm

Farmworker Tribunal Sets Legislative Agenda from 'Bottom Up'

February 2019: Washington Bill on Guest Worker Program Oversight Moves Ahead

Legislation Could Bring More Oversight to Guest Farmworker Program


November 2018: After a raid in Whatcom County, here’s how the community is helping undocumented workers

October 2018: Our Food System is Built on Exploitation. Now Farmworkers Are Saying “No More.”

Guest Farmworkers Find Their Voices in Washington State

What if There was a Prize for Food Sovereignty?

Families Separated by ICE Raids Get Support from Wash. Community

Why Leaders of Color Support I-1631

August 2018: Berry Farmers Break Free From Big Agriculture

Farm Labor Rights and Eco Feminism

Más de 90 jornaleros eran explotados laboralmente y amenazados con inmigración

Foreign workers’ two-day walkoff at Whatcom County farm ends with settlement

Farmworkers' Protest Eased at Crystal View

We Marched for the Dignity of Farmworkers

Twelve Mile Walk Keeps Farmworker Issues Alive

July 2018: Women Take Center Stage at 2018 Convention

Can This State Finally Put a Price on Carbon?

June 2018: Court Slashes Fine for WA Farm Where Worker Died

We Do the Work  – KSVR radio interview with C2C organizer Edgar Franks on H2A

Land of the Fee?

'You Came Here to Suffer': The H-2A Farm Worker Program creates a pipeline of cheap, disposable labor

May/June 2018: How Filipino Migrants Gave the Grape Strike Its Radical Politics

April 2018: Workers' Memorial Day: Group Calls for Justice After Farmworker Death

Yes on I-1631 – co-authored by C2C Executive Director Rosalinda Guillen

Rosalinda Guillen: Movement-Building for Farmworker Justice

Community to Community Attacked in Fake News Campaign

March 2018: East and West Coast farmworkers unite for labor rights 

Food Sovereignty: An Interview with Edgar Franks

February 2018: The Fruit of Our Labor – written by C2C organizer Edgar Franks

Picking our fruit, women endure daily sexual harassment

Farmworkers Cultivate Resistance: Immigrant Workers Push For Accountability in H-2A Program

January 2018: Hungry for Change in Our Food System? "A Foodie's Guide to Capitalism" Tells You Where to Begin

Sumas Farm Faces Potential Class-action Lawsuit, L&I Investigation Finds Some Violations

They were ordered to work unless on their 'deathbed,' blueberry pickers claim


December 2017: Farmworkers Resist and Organize: Connected Struggles for Farmworker Justice in South Africa and the US – written by C2C organizer Edgar Franks

November 2017: Strikes, work stoppages in Washington fields indicative of changing agriculture labor environment

September 2017: On strike: H2A workers take on Larson Fruit

My Summer With the World in Flames

August 2017: Protesters demand accountability for farmworker's death, labor conditions in Sumas

Eighty farmworkers stuck in US fighting poor working conditions

Coachella Rising: Aging Farmworkers, Unions, Organic Mangos & the Salton Sea

Farmworkers protest corporate murder, exploitation

June 2017: A New Farm Worker Union Is Born: Indigenous Oaxacan farm workers win themselves a union in the Pacific Northwest

Unionizing Only First Step to a More Just Economy for These Farm Workers

Mindful Philanthropy for a Just Transition

May 2017: Dignity March Participants March from Lynden to Bellingham

March 2017: Dignity Vigils Call for Increased Support for Undocumented Community Members

February 2017: No ‘sanctuary’ but Bellingham police won’t enforce immigration laws


November 2016: Why the left doesn't want a carbon tax (or at least not this one)

Marchers demand Inslee denounce Dakota Access Pipeline during Bellingham visit

October 2016: LWVBWC 2016 Candidate forum

Bellingham city club - Help wanted: Keep out! Immigration policy

Why these farm workers went on strike - and why it matters

Meet FUJ, the nation’s newest farmworkers’ union

July 2016: Is Organic Ag Better for Farm Workers?

March 2016: Support Sakuma farmworkers as they launch West Coast tour

January 2016: Group interrupts Bellingham MLK event, calls for police change


September 2015: Bellingham teen detained by border patrol

Racial profiling complaint filed against Bellingham police

Complaint filed against Bellingham police

August 2015: Two parties see new voters in Whatcom's growing diversity

How farmworkers’ fight for fair wages Is emerging in your produce aisle

Climate Justice coalition links poverty with environment woes

Bellingham’s Pickett Bridge: Link to history or symbol of racism?

Bellingham police to get predictive policing despite concerns

July 2015: Washington Supreme Court rules farmworkers must be paid separately for rest breaks

How migrant farmworkers are cross-pollinating strategies and winning

June 2015: Computer visa glitch leaves migrant workers stranded at US-Mexico border

Washington Berry Pickers Push For Elusive Union Contract

April 2015: What’s for Dinner? Radio Show – Interview with C2C Executive Director Rosalinda Guillen about C2C’s work


December 2014: The Food Sovereignty Prize 2014: A focus on people & agroecology

October 2014: Food Day 2014: Food justice = worker justice!

A Feud in the Field: Sakuma Bros. Farms and the future of migrant workers

September 2014: Activists who oppose World Food Prize create own award, name winners


October 2013: Sakuma Brothers Berry Boycott

August 2013: Standoff in the strawberry fields

The Devil’s in the Details: If the Senate’s bill is so good, why are immigrant rights groups so unhappy?

June 2013: The Price of Immigration Reform is Steep

February 2013: The Dignity Campaign’s Alternative Vision for Immigration Reform


July 2010: Immigration Nation: State initiative falls short, but E-Verify continues in Whatcom County


March 2009: Young mother loses boyfriend in Bellingham immigration raid


October 2005: Minutemen meet resistance