Resources and Downloads
Oaxacan Community Shed Pamphlet
You can make a difference by talking to your friends and family about farmworkers living- and working condition. By printing and sharing this pamphlet you are helping raise awareness and are helping change how people relate to farmworkers. Be creative, talk to your local grocery store, church, school, library and hand them out to people at your work. To learn more about the Oaxacan Community Shed.
Children across the San Joaquin Delta stand to lose up to six months of school due to recent changes announced by the Office of Migrant Services (OMS). Call OMS today and ask that they protect young people's right to an education.
Ann Lopéz joined the Monterey Bay Central Labor Council and Safe Ag Safe Schools for a press conference, on Cesar Chavez Day, to tell California Department of Pesticide Regulation that we must lead the way in children's safety.
At present, the pesticide regulators at the California Department of Pesticide Regulation and our agriculture commissioners in Monterey and Santa Cruz counties have acted much like the state and local regulators in Flint: they have looked the other way, despite surely knowing of the CHAMACOS organophosphate pesticide studies that indicate brain harms to Salinas Valley children.
Dr. Ann Lopez of Center for Farmworker Family speaks about environmental racism and the use of pesticides in Salinas Valley California.
Dr. Ann Lopez reflects on 2016, the origins of Center for Farmworker Families, and our direction in 2017
Farmworker children from all over Central California came to the site and lined up to receive school supplies and engage in science activities.
The Center for Farmworker Families made a pamphlet to easier spread the word about the essential work that is being done by Oaxacan Community Shed. (Available in both English and Spanish).
Slug Tutoring is the free in home tutoring project developed and coordinated by Center for Farmworker Families administrator assistants and UCSC students Julio Molina and Diane Flores.
This video, featuring Dr. Ann Lopez, is about the California Department of Housing and Development's 50 Mile Rule, one of the many arbitrary and oppressive regulations affecting our state's agricultural workers and their children's education.
Save the Oaxacan Community Shed, a central zone where community farmworkers are able to come and recieve sustainable donations like food and clothing.