What do you do when your twelve-year-old son announces he’s going to run across America?
This is the story of the Wilcox family and their son David.
As a high school freshman, David became the regional cross-country champion and the fastest 3A freshman in Alaska. He regularly runs 15-milers in the local mountains. And he’s pumped up to become the 2nd 15-year old to complete this transcontinental run.
On January 18, 2014, David and his family will start their coast-to-coast run from Huntington Beach, California. While they are on on the road, they are going to visit farms and farmers and document their stories. What do they think of genetically modified organisms (GMOs), patented seeds, Roundup and other poisons?
They are going to hold meetings, give presentations, and talk to the media. Their aim is to show people WHY THEY NEED TO KNOW WHAT’S IN THEIR FOOD.
They are going to expose the fraudulent stories pumped out by the corrupt chemical giants.
And, of course, they are going to pay a visit to Monsanto—one of world’s biggest bullies—at its headquarters in Saint Louis, Missouri.
Then run to Washington D.C. to remind their nation’s leaders that they work for the American people, not for multi-national chemical corporations.
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