March Against Monsanto: Full Coverage (Part 2)

Posted on May 26 2013 - 2:31pm by Sustainable Pulse

March Against Monsanto: May 25 2013 will go down in history as the first time people from across the planet rose up against the global biotech giant Monsanto to try and stop them taking over the World’s food system.

Sustainable Pulse will be uploading videos from around the World over the next 2 days to give an online voice to the March Against Monsanto events. If you do not find your video here please send a link to us –  [email protected] . Our friends at GMO Action have also put up a full world map of the events.

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The March Against Monsanto will involve tens of thousands of activists around the world. Currently, marches are being planned on six continents, in about 40 countries, totaling events in over 300 cities, and in the US, events are slated to occur simultaneously at 11 a.m. Pacific in 47 states.

Tami Monroe Canal, lead organizer and creator of the now-viral Facebook page, says she was inspired to start the movement to protect her two daughters. “I feel Monsanto threatens their generation’s health, fertility and longevity. I couldn’t sit by idly, waiting for someone else to do something.” [The full March Against Monsanto mission statement can be read here.]

Monsanto World Headquarters, St. Louis, Missouri, March Against Monsanto

Sacramento, California, USA, March Against Monsanto

Waikiki, Hawaii, March Against Monsanto

San Juan, Puerto Rico, March Against Monsanto

Honolulu, Hawaii, March Against Monsanto

Kansas City, Kansas, USA, March Against Monsanto

Buffalo, New York, USA, March Against Monsanto

Oahu, Hawaii, March Against Monsanto

Santa Cruz, California, USA, March Against Monsanto

Washington D.C. , USA, March Against Monsanto

Maui, Hawaii, March Against Monsanto

Toronto, Canada, March Against Monsanto

San Jose, California, March Against Monsanto

Dayton, Ohio, USA, March Against Monsanto

London, UK, March Against Monsanto

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  1. david werenka June 1, 2013 at 18:09 - Reply

    it is good to see the seeds of awareness sprouting and growing. so far my favourite sign is
    ‘give bees a chance’

  2. Arlene Johnson June 1, 2013 at 19:19 - Reply

    There is another you can go up against. He is Bill Gates, and his company is Microsoft. See these links for what he did:

    I erroneously thought that this was good news,
    so published it at
    The first link is the reality.

    The only good news is that I exposed what had been done.

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