Josie Camacho

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Josie Camacho is Alameda Labor Council Executive Director. She is married to Victor Uno.

"National Day Of Protest Against The Bakke Decision"

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The "National Day Of Protest Against The Bakke Decision" was held Saturday October 8, 1977" with rallies in Oakland, St. Louis, and Washington D.C.. Oakland speakers were Maria Abadesco, National Committee to Overturn the Bakke Decision (MC); John George, Alameda County Supervisor MC); Harry Edwards, U.C. Berkeley Sociology Professor; Hazaiah Williams, President, Center for Urban/Black Studies Graduate Theological Union, Josie Camacho, Lee Brightman, Rep. Ed Ed Roybal, Lorenzo Carlyle, Aileen Hernandez, Gilberto Mendoza.

Organised by the October 8th Coalition.

Rainbow

In 1984 Josie Camacho was Rainbow Coalition co-chair in California's 8th District.[1]

Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance

Josie Camacho serves on the board of the Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance[2].

APALA founders

Jean Quan was one of SEIU’s Asian-American international organizers, and along with Josie Camacho and Victor Uno, were among the founders of the Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance .[3]

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