Harvest of Justice
Thriving Rural Communities’ Harvest of Justice program aims to help students better understand the issues affecting migrant farm workers in our state.
Through a partnership with the North Carolina Council of Churches and the Hispanic House of Studies, students travel to Dunn, N.C., where they visit the Episcopal Farmworker Camp. Once there, they share in a presentation and discussion of issues affecting migrant farm workers in North Carolina, visit the camp and share a meal with the workers.
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“I know I cannot change our entire food and labor systems overnight. But I can do as we did during the Harvest of Justice event. I can go and meet some of the people that have come here to work, building friendships and letting God use us to restore each others’ faith and to strengthen each other in our daily work…”
Read more of Rural Ministry Fellow Laura Beach’s reflection on the Thriving Rural Communities blog, The Covered Dish.