From another walkout to a new barista-support organization, here are the latest updates to the rise of activism in the U.S. coffee community.
Camila Coddou embarked across the country for her project Barista Behind the Bar, speaking on topics including hospitality, self-care, inclusivity, and empowerment.
Philly baristas are sharing their salaries and benefits in a shared spreadsheet. In the days since news of this spreadsheet broke, the list, which reflects baristas from more than 60 cafés in the Philadelphia area, has nearly doubled—and has inspired other coffee communities across the country.
Three Months After The Walkout, Coffee At Large Members Forge A New Road To Activism
Starting off as a grassroots movement in the U.S., the current wave of coffee activism has become a global movement binding the industry together.
As the coffee industry begins to re-navigate how they approach customer service, coffee professionals are taking steps to help baristas to best address systemic prejudices.
The Kore Directive is London’s newest non-profit organization directed at helping women in coffee.
Real talk, education, and empowerment in Australia’s coffee culture.
Chicago’s Sip of Hope gives 100 percent of proceeds to Hope for the Day. The mission: to break the silence that surrounds mental health issues.
For many coffee drinkers, the realities of coffee production are a distant thought. But as we continue to consume and enjoy our daily brew, it’s time to take into account how our actions can manifest positive change in coffee-producing regions.