For more than 10 years, the Coalition of Immokalee Workers (CIW) has been campaigning to convince the Wendy’s Company to join the Fair Food Program (FFP), which focuses on the rights of farmworkers. But the Ohio-based fast food chain has refused to join the program even though competitors Yum Brands, McDonald’s, Burger King, and Subway have joined.  The CIW is in the midst of a multi-city tour, scheduling demonstrations at various Wendy’s Restaurants to visually raise the issue with the public and customers, ultimately convincing corporate leaders to change their minds. They started the Workers’ Voice Tour in Florida and had their first action in New York City last week, where 500 farmworkers and their allies marched in front of the offices of Wendy’s Board Chairman Nelson Peltz. It continued with a bus trip to Columbus, Ohio and a demonstration at Ohio State University.   The CIW has called for a boycott against Wendy’s because: