THE NATIONAL CONFERENCE of Catholic Bishops, tor the first time as a body, passed resolutions supporting free elections and boycotts for the United Farm Workers of America.
What does UFWA stand for?
UFWA stands for United Farm Workers of America
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- University Film and Video Foundation
- University of Florida Veterinary Medical Center (Gainesville, FL)
- Ukrainian Fashion Week (Kiev, Ukraine)
- Unabhängige und Freie Wählergemeinschaft (German: Independent Voters and Free Community; Germany)
- Unaccounted for Water (water distribution network)
- Unfed Female Weight
- United Factory Warehouse
- United Farm Workers (union)
- Universal File Writer (computer programming)
- United Farm Women of Alberta (Canada)
- United Furniture Workers of America (est. 1937)
- Unofficial Football World Championships
- United Front Work Department
- United Four Wheel Drive Associations
- Urban Forestry Working Group
- Universities Fighting World Hunger (Auburn, AL)
- United Farm Women of Ontario (est. 1918)
- United Farm Workers Organizing Committee
- United Faculty of Washington State
- United Farm Workers Union (national labor organization)
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Dolores Huerta, Co-Founder and Vice President, United Farm Workers of America
Although the United Farm Workers of America, which Chavez co-founded, has a celebrated flag, the Si Se Puede
The United Farm Workers of America, with about 27,000 members, joins the Service Employees International Union, the Teamsters, the United Food and Commercial Workers, UNITE HERE and the Carpenters in forming the dissident Change To Win Coalition.
Anyone willing to help can contact the United Farm Workers of America, AFL-CIO, P.
Navy, and in 1962 formed what would become United Farm Workers of America.
During his keynote address, Lupe Gamboa, Washington State regional director of the United Farm Workers of America, AFL-CIO, said, "Farmworkers are treated this way because they don't have political power and they don't have economic power.
The action is supported by the US International Brotherhood of Teamsters, the United Farm Workers of America, and the International Labor Rights Fund.