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Much of OCA’s work is focused on educating consumers and engaging them in the battle to boycott Big Meat, GMOs, and junk foods and help regenerate our food, farming, and land-use practices. But of course this ongoing campaign for organic and regenerative foods is also a battle to protect our health.
Never has that mission been more urgent than now. COVID-19 has taught us how valuable a healthy immune system is—and how a polluted environment and a highly processed, pesticide-contaminated industrial diet compromises our health and leaves us vulnerable to chronic disease.
Our job would be easier if we could focus exclusively on food and agriculture. But unfortunately, the corporations that benefit from corrupting the food system, polluting our waterways and degrading our soil, also corrupt our political system.
As long as food and agriculture policy is written by Big Food and Big Ag, our food, our environment—and our health—will suffer. As long as gene engineers, bioweapons scientists, unelected medical czars, Silicon Valley billionaires, and Big Pharma bureaucrats feel free to lie and terrify the public into submission, participatory democracy faces a mortal threat.
Please help us keep the battle going.
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