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Saturday, March 08, 2014
Mar 08, 2014 06:22 PM
arrives in Columbus to a raucous reception from Ohio Fair Food and Fair Food
activists from across the Northeast!
The CIW continues on the road to freedom! After a
day spent reflecting and recharging on the bus, the Coalition finally arrived to
a crowd full of smiles and warm embraces in Columbus, Ohio. The inspired energy
is palpable as allies, workers, students, people of faith from far and wide --
Providence, Chicago, Washington, DC, New York City, and of course, Ohio --
reconnect with one another in preparation for tonight's vigil at Wendy's and
tomorrow's march on their headquarters.
Videos from this evening will be posted here
tomorrow, but in the mean time -- if you can't be here with us tonight -- be
sure that you have seen the moving piece from Duke University's historic
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