The Youth and Young Adult Network of the National Farm Worker Ministry!
YAYA is a national network of young people actively working to change the oppressive social, political and economic conditions faced by farm workers in the United States.
Our members support farm worker campaigns for justice and work directly with farm workers in our communities. On our website you can learn about campaigns for justice and how YAYA takes action in their communities. Most importantly, you can get involved! Join YAYA! Read More
Current Campaigns Farm workers are organizing all over the country for better working conditions and a more dignified life. YAYA stands in solidarity with their movement! Read More
Take Action Visit our YAYAs in Action blog to read the most recent updates about YAYAs taking action in their communities. Read More
A YAYA Dreamer on the fight in D.C. and at UCFPosted on October 19, 2017
Hello, my name is Karen Caudillo and I’m a DACA student. DACA stands for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. This progr...... Read more
Clinica de Migrantes Film Screening at UCFPosted on October 19, 2017
By Aashutosh Pyakuryal On Friday October 13th, the Orlando chapter of YAYA participated in a screening of the film Clinica...... Read more
Theatre of the Oppressed Workshop: A ReviewPosted on October 19, 2017
By Tareek Leonard On September 30th at roughly 7:45am 17 people walked into the Hope CommUnity Center in Apopka, Florida a...... Read more
YAYA’s Support Disaster Relief in Central FloridaPosted on September 26, 2017
Over the past weeks, YAYA's have supported food distribution at the Hope CommUnity Center in Apopka and connected the Farm Wo...... Read more

YAYA builds relationships between young people and farm workers who are fighting for a more dignified life.

Read the stories of members, farm workers, and allies whose work with YAYA has changed their lives and the lives of others. Read More

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