Millions Rally around the World in March Against Monsanto

Photos from Austin, Texas

Millions around the world rallied against Monsanto today, marching in person in nearly 300 cities and spreading the message of food freedom across websites, Facebook and Twitter.

In Austin, Texas, at least a thousand people took part in an upbeat, passionate celebration of food freedom, farm freedom and labeling or eliminating GMOs from the food supply.

Although the day was rainy (which is rare for Austin), people and families showed up in huge numbers to support the message of protecting our food supply from Monsanto and the biotech industry.

Protest signs included language like:





Here are some of the photos taken by Natural News staffers during the event. It is especially interesting to note that there were no reporters present from the mainstream media. They acted like this huge rally never even took place…

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