Man marching holding a sign with a "no" symbol
What to Buy     These organizations and businesses supported the Global Climate Strike: The Ohio Sustainable Business Council, 1480 Dublin Rd., Columbus, supported the climate strike on September 20. The Council is a statewide coalition of businesses and business networks committed to public policies at the local, state, and federal levels that support a vibrant, just, and sustainable economy.  OSBC advocates for policies that result in strong and healthy communities, a clean environment, and a just society.   Other companies Free Press readers may want to patronize for the support for the environment are:   Ben & Jerry’s Homemade Inc. ice cream Arcadia Power BitTorrent Clif Bar & Company Dr. Bronner’s castile soap Etsy Kickstarter Nature’s Path foods Patagonia outdoor wear Seventh Generation eco-friendly home products SodaStream sparkling water Stonyfield food The North Face outerwear Wordpress The full list is at:   What NOT to Buy   The Wendy’s boycott continues – Wendy’s refuses to sign on to the Fair Food Program brought forth by the Coalition of Immokalee Workers – those who pick the tomatoes in Florida for fast food and grocery stores nationwide. The Fair Food Program ensures humane wages and working conditions for the workers, gives farmworkers a voice in the decisions that affect their lives, and seeks to eliminate the longstanding abuses that have plagued agriculture for generations. Their campaign asked companies using their tomatoes to pay one penny more a pound to support the program. Wendy’s is the one fast food holdout and – being a Columbus, Ohio-based company – it is crucial that Free Press readers boycott Wendy’s to support the farmworkers.