Although the United Farm Workers of America, which Chavez co-founded, has a celebrated flag, the Si Se Puede
What does FWA stand for?
FWA stands for Farm Workers of America
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- Full-Wave Finite-Element Method
- Full Width at One-Tenth Maximum
- Fire Wall/Network Address Translation (Netrate)
- Fresh Water/Salt Water
- Fair Work Australia (est. 1999)
- Famicom Wrestling Association (Nintendo Entertainment System and Famicom Disk System; video game wrestling organization)
- Family Welfare Assistant (Bangladesh)
- Fantasy Wrestling Association
- Farm Women's Association
- Fashion Week of the Americas (Miami, FL)
- Favourite Website Awards
- Federal Wide Assurance
- Federal Works Agency (US government)
- Federalwide Assurance for the Protection of Human Subjects (US DHHS)
- Fédération Wallonne de l'agriculture (French: Walloon Federation of Agriculture; Belgium)
- Ferebee, Walters and Associates (Charlotte, NC)
- Field Work Authorization (various organizations)
- Filtered Warnings Application
- Financial Women's Association (of New York)
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Anyone willing to help can contact the United Farm Workers of America, AFL-CIO, P.
Huerta, who cofounded the United Farm Workers of America with Cesar Chavez, told NCR that she plans to use the money to train grassroots community organizers to help low-income people.
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.
But because Chavez never modified his militant tactics, his United Farm Workers of America shrank and his influence fell.