Cindy Black Bio Page

Cindy Black

Cindy Black:
Grassroots Leader on Washington State’s I-522 Campaign

Cindy Black lives in Seattle, WA and worked as a grassroots leader and volunteer on Washington State’s “Yes On 522″ campaign calling for the labeling of genetically engineered foods. She helped organize the grassroots groups around the state, including coordinating speaking tours and events, distributing campaign materials to volunteers, setting up work parties, etc. Cindy was also a lead organizer for the first March Against Monsanto in Seattle on May 25, 2013. In addition to working on labeling GMOs and other food related issues, she also spends time working on getting a constitutional amendment stating corporations are not people and money does not equal free speech in order to help stop the undue influence of big money in our political system.

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