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La Fuerza Unida New York City and Long Island $100,000 Hurricane Sandy has exacerbated housing services - relating to insurance claims, foreclosure prevention, home repairs - in La Fuerza Unida's service area of Queens and Long Island.
Dozens of them--from the American Indian Movement to San Antonio-based workers' rights advocates Fuerza Unida to the Muncie, Indiana volunteer group MLK Dream TEAM--participated in a five-stop bus tour dubbed the "People's Freedom Caravan" from Albuquerque to Atlanta in the week leading up to USSF.
Kara Zugman's case study of Fuerza Unida uses new social movement theory to give insight into a new form of political expression that straddles the traditional redistributive goals of labor unions and newer meaning or identity-based organizational forms, in this case one created by women of Mexican or Mexican-American descent.
We are very strong women who are tired of witnessing human rights violations," said Irene Reyna, a former Levi worker and a Fuerza Unida coordinator.
In the next section, I will apply these perspectives to the Fuerza Unida to highlight the complex subjectivity of Third World workers and to show that language is a critical site of political struggle between dominant and subordinated groups.
The laid off San Antonio women organized Fuerza Unida ("United Force"), an advocacy group that uses boycotts and demonstrations to back demands for a better severance and retraining package.
25,000 to support STAR, a literacy program that helps middle school and high school students graduate on time and continue their education * La Fuerza Unida Inc.