The late activist and writer, Howard Zinn, once wisely said:
“We don’t have to engage in grand, heroic actions to participate in the process of change. Small acts, when multiplied by millions of people, can transform the world.”
Zinn was right.
Every petition you sign, every phone call you place, every donation you make . . . when multiplied by millions of people . . . moves us closer to a pesticide-free food and farming system.
We know there are days when the steady stream of bad news is so discouraging, you’re tempted to give up.
And then there are days when we hear that a major manufacturer of a widely used pesticide that damages children’s brains decides to do the right thing—and stop making that pesticide.
That actually happened recently. And you should know that you helped make it happen.
Let’s not stop there. Let’s keep committing small acts. If millions of us each do one little thing, we’ll accomplish big things. Together.