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==Honoring Cesar Chavez==
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There was a major march through the streets of San Francisco on March 24, 2002 to mark the 75th birthday of [[United Farm Workers]] founder [[Cesar Chavez]]. Parade  Grand Marshalls included two UFW founders [[Dolores Huerta]], and Cesar's brother [[Richard Chavez]], as well as Rep. [[Nancy Pelosi]].
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At the march rally UFW [[Arturo Rodriguez]] spoke of the continuing legacy of Chavez.
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Other speakers included;
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*San Francisco Mayor [[Willie Brown]]
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*Rep. [[Nancy Pelosi]]
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*California Labor Federation executive secretary [[Art Pulaski]]
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*California Labor Federation executive secretary/treasurer emeritus [[Jack Henning|John F. Henning]]
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*San Francisco  Labor Council  secretary/treasurer [[Walter Johnson]]
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*San Francisco Board of Supervisors president [[Tom Ammiano]]
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*[[Evelina Alarcon]], Cesar Chavez holiday campaign leader and [[Communist Party USA]] member<ref> PWW Thousands march to commemorate Chavez, March 30, 2002</ref>
  
 
==Apollo Alliance==
 
==Apollo Alliance==

Revision as of 10:59, 21 July 2011

Art Pulaski

Honoring Cesar Chavez

There was a major march through the streets of San Francisco on March 24, 2002 to mark the 75th birthday of United Farm Workers founder Cesar Chavez. Parade Grand Marshalls included two UFW founders Dolores Huerta, and Cesar's brother Richard Chavez, as well as Rep. Nancy Pelosi.

At the march rally UFW Arturo Rodriguez spoke of the continuing legacy of Chavez.

Other speakers included;

Apollo Alliance

In 2006, Art Pulaski, served on the National Advisory Board of the Apollo Alliance.[2]

UC Berkeley Labor Center

In 2009 Art Pulaski of California Labor Federation, AFL-CIO served on the advisory board of UC Berkeley Labor Center.[3]

References

  1. PWW Thousands march to commemorate Chavez, March 30, 2002
  2. Democratic Underground.com, Jan-01-06
  3. UC Berkeley Labor Center: Board