THE HAND THAT FEEDS Screening Resources

The Discussion Guide contains the following for your screening use:
• about the film & filmmakers • ready to watch! screening guide
ready to talk! discussion guide • ready to act! handout

LA MANO QUE ALIMENTA Recursos para proyecciones 

La Guía de Conversación contiene lo siguiente para usar en su proyección:
• sobre la película y los cineastas • listo para ver! Guía de proyección
listo para hablar! Guía de conversación • listo para actuar! volante

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Discussion Guide


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Related Websites & Other Resources/Sitios relacionados y Otros Recursos
The filmmaker's website and social media links

Changing the Food Chain — Interactive map of organizations that support workers in the food industry

Brandworkers is a non-profit organization bringing local food production workers together for good jobs and a sustainable food system.

Center for Popular Democracy works to create equity, opportunity and a dynamic democracy in partnership with high-impact base-building organizations, organizing alliances, and progressive unions. CPD strengthens our collective capacity to envision and win an innovative pro-worker, pro-immigrant, racial and economic justice agenda.

Food Chain Workers Alliance is a coalition of worker-based organizations whose members plant, harvest, process, pack, transport, prepare, serve, and sell food, organizing to improve wages and working conditions for all workers along the food chain. The Alliance works together to build a more sustainable food system that respects workers’ rights, based on the principles of social, environmental and racial justice, in which everyone has access to healthy and affordable food.

Interfaith Worker Justice works to mobilize people of faith and work advocates in support of economic justice and worker rights at the local, state and national levels.

Jobs with Justice is leading the fight for workers’ rights and an economy that benefits everyone. It is the only nonprofit of its kind leading strategic campaigns and shaping the public discourse on every front to build power for working people. Jobs With Justice is committed to working nationally and locally, on the ground and online. It wins real change for workers by combining innovative communications strategies and solid research and policy advocacy with grassroots action and mobilization.

Laundry Workers Center addresses the need for community-based leadership development geared toward improving the living and working conditions of workers in the laundry and food service industries, as well as their families. Its work aims to combat abuses such as landlord negligence, wage theft, and hazardous and exploitative working conditions, all of which are endemic in low-income communities in New York City and New Jersey.

New Immigrant Community Empowerment (NICE) is a community-based, non-profit organization that works to ensure that new immigrants can build social, political and economic power in their communities and beyond. NICE envisions a world where all people -regardless of status- live and work with dignity and justice.

Restaurant Opportunities Center of New York is the flagship chapter of Restaurant Opportunities Center United, a national organization whose mission is to improve wages and working conditions for the nation’s 10 million restaurant workers. The work of ROC-NY and ROC-United involves workplace justice campaigns, leadership development, research, promoting the “High Road to Profitability” for restaurants, and promoting the COLORS model of worker-owned cooperative restaurants.

United for a Fair Economy challenges the concentration of wealth and power that corrupts democracy, deepens the racial divide and tears communities apart. It uses popular economics education, trainings, and creative communications to support social movements working for a resilient, sustainable and equitable economy.

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