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  • '''Dolores Huerta''' is co-founder of the [[United Farm Workers]] of America and a longtime board member of [[People For the A She was the long time partner of the late [[Richard Chavez]], brother of [[United Farm Workers]] founder [[Cesar Chavez]].
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  • ...He was elected to the U.S. Senate in 2006 after serving 16 years in the [[United States House of Representatives]]. He is married to [[Jane O'Meara Sanders] ...He also worked briefly for the communist led [[United Packinghouse Workers Union]]. At the end of his junior year Sanders worked in a mental hospital in Cal
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  • '''Gilbert Padilla''' was a leader of the [[United Farm Workers]]. ...him what he was going to do and he said that we should go and organize the farmworkers ourselves, and Padilla agreed with him.<ref>Gilbert Padilla 1962 - 1980</r
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  • *[[Marcos Vargas]], Executive Director, [[Central Coast Alliance United for a Sustainable Economy]] (CAUSE) *[[Union de Vecinos]], Los Angeles, CA, $11,000
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  • ...nist Party USA]] connected [[Democratic Party|Democratic]] member of the [[United States House of Representatives]], representing the 3rd district of [[Conne ...this emergency federal jobs legislation was to provide much needed jobs at union wages to crisis ridden cities by putting the unemployed to work rebuilding
    106 KB (15,853 words) - 14:38, 19 July 2019
  • ...loughshares Fund]], [[Women Cross DMZ]], [[Korean Americans in Action]], [[United Methodist Church – Global Ministries]], [[Win Without War]], [[Peace Acti ===National Nurses United endorsement===
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  • *[[Les Bayless|Leslie H. Bayless]] - Secretary Treasurer, [[National Union of Hospital & Health Care Employees]] [[District 1199E]]. Bayless later bec *[[Alvah Bessie]] - [[American Writers Union]] [[AWU]]. Bessie was both an identified member of the Hollywood CP as well
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  • '''Cory Booker''' is the junior United States Senator from [[New Jersey]]. ...ates, have driven billions of dollars into poor urban areas all across the United States.''
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  • ...n Communities in New York City. In 2000, she co-founded [[Domestic Workers United]], a city-wide, multiracial organization of domestic workers. DWU led the w * [[Ai-jen Poo]], [[Domestic Workers United]]
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  • ...ynn "Patty" Murray''' is a [[Democratic Party|Democratic]] member of the [[United States Senate]], representing the state of [[Washington]]. In 1992, Murray ran for the United States Senate as a "voice for Washington families who were not being heard
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  • ...arly age. He graduated from Alamo Heights High School and enlisted in the United States Air Force shortly thereafter. of the Grape Boycott in San Antonio. He faced several arrests with the Farmworkers staff for picketing outside HEB grocery stores, and in 1972 he was once cha
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  • '''Cesar E. Chavez''' (1927-1993), was founder of the [[United Farm Workers]] union. ...later adopt these organizing ideas in starting the [[United Farm Workers]] union.<ref>{
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  • ...FL-CIO]] in 1995 after serving as President of the [[United Mine Workers]] union since 1982. In his position ''he has focused on creating investment program ==United Mine Workers==
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  • Magazine. He is currently leading the [[Service Employees International Union]] efforts to achieve comprehensive immigration reform that "rebuilds the n When he was 10-years-old, Medina came to the United States from Mexico with his mother and siblings to join their father, who w
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  • In 1951, Richard started a carpenter's union apprenticeship program in San Jose and found work framing suburban homes. B ...Cesar build the organization that would become the [[United Farm Workers]] union.
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  • '''Union of Democratic Filipinos''' or Katipunan ng Demokratikong Pilipino eventuall The '''Union of Democratic Filipinos''' merged with [[Line of March]] circa 1980. One of
    40 KB (6,151 words) - 15:55, 15 June 2018
  • ...[[Haymarket Books]]; [[Labor Notes]]; [[Monthly Review]] Press; [[National Union of Healthcare Workers]] '''A United Front Against the Right:'''
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  • ...], who went on to become mayor of Atlanta and later U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. ...ral communities. Some of the unions affiliated with [[AFL-CIO]] Industrial Union Department provided staff assistance.<ref>http://communistpartyillinois.blo
    65 KB (9,546 words) - 04:17, 21 July 2019
  • ...mittee]] (FLOC) in 1967. In 1979, FLOC was formally established as a labor union of farm workers working in the Midwest. Velásquez is the current president ...elásquez was born in Pharr, Texas Feb. 15, 1947. His parents were migrant farmworkers, and Velasquez began working in the fields when he was six, picking berries
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  • ...ivic and entertainment leaders including [[Cesar Chavez]] of the [[United Farmworkers]]. ...f [[Cesar Chavez]]. Contact for the rally was [[Evelina Alarcon]] of the [[United Farm Workers]] and the [[Communist Party USA]].
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