We are a national network of students and young people organizing with the Coalition of Immokalee Workers to uproot exploitation in the fields and build a food system based on justice, respect and dignity for farmworkers.


As we work for justice in the fields, we strive to create community by recognizing the transformative power of movement building. We ground our efforts in education, action and the development of student and youth leaders.


Since the start of the Campaign for Fair Food in 2001, students and young people have been a driving force behind 14 of the largest victories against corporate greed that our generation has seen – and we're only just getting started.


Taking our lead from the farmworker community, we maintain a decentralized national network that cultivates student and youth leadership working to build a vibrant Fair Food community across the nation.