No Piece of the Pie

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Oakland and San Francisco residents may take comfort in $15 minimum wages, first-name-basis familiarity with local farmers, and purchasing policies that enable public schools to use their spending power to buy ethically produced food. But a new report co-authored by the Food Chain Workers Alliance and Solidarity Research Cooperative indicates that there’s still much work to be done, particularly in the realm of fair labor practices.

Read more in the East Bay Express 

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