On March 26, 2011, Millions Against Monsanto activists staged Rallies for the Right to Know in more than 30 cities across the country. This grassroots mobilization began with a call from a trio of hard-working, all-volunteer organizers, Trish Wright, Erica Gray and April Reeves, who planned a demonstration at the White House and urged activists who couldn’t come to DC to hold Rallies for the Right to Know locally. The idea spread across the country, rejuvenating the USA movement against Monsanto and GMO foods and crops.

Click here to find out what happened in each city, look at photos, videos and news reports from the rallies, meet the activists who made it all happen, and find out how you can join them.

If there hasn’t been a Rally for the Right to Know in your area yet, click here to find out how to make one happen.

April 16, 2011, is the next big national rally day. Denver is leading the way.

Who’s in? Send us the details of your rally so we can post it on the Millions Against Monsanto page.