SAF conducts a variety of participatory workshops on topics related to farmworkers that intend to move people to take action, ranging from an introduction to farmworkers to immigration to current farmworker campaigns. We prioritize presentations and exhibitions at colleges and universities in the Carolinas, where we are based and where we work directly with farmworkers. SAF’s extensive archive of documentary videos, images, publications, and exhibitions are also available for educational use. If you would like to request a speaker, exhibition, or photograph, please fill out the form below and allow at least one-month advance notice. We will respond to requests within two weeks.
SAF works with the Duke Human Rights Archive to archive our publications, outreach and teaching materials, photographs, audio and video recordings, and materials related to labor organizing and protests. Hundreds of student-led projects document through interviews, essays, photographs, videos, and other materials the lives of migrant farmworkers and their working conditions, mostly in NC but also in SC. Materials are in English and Spanish and are accessible through the Duke Human Rights Archive website.
To request a speaker or documentary, please fill out the following form and allow at least one month's advance notice. We will respond to requests within two weeks. If we do a workshop for your class or community group, please fill out this brief survey (http://tinyurl.com/safeval) to let us know how it went and how we can improve community presentations in the future. Thank you for your interest in our programs.