Known as La Paz, short for Nuestra Senora Reina de la Paz, or Our Lady Queen of Peace, the site served as national headquarters of the United Farm Workers union, as well as Chavez's home, from the early 1970s until his death in 1993.
What does UFWU stand for?
UFWU stands for United Farm Workers Union (national labor organization)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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- United Farm Workers of America
- 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 Faculty of Western Washington (Western Washington University union; Bellingham, WA)
- University of New South Wales Foundation Year (Sydney, Australia)
- Utah Federation for Youth (est. 1980; Salt Lake City, UT)
- Ultra-Wideband Friendly Zone
- UWB (Ultra-Wide Bandwidth) Friendly Zone (Singapore)
- Geometrical Unsharpness
- Microgram (µg is more correct)
- U Grade (paper)
- Ugly Girl
Samples in periodicals archive:
Her research, along with immigration policy changes, gave Chicano leaders Dolores Huerta and Cesar Chavez the climate they needed to mobilize for the rights and safety of farm workers, leading to the formation of the United Farm Workers union.
in San Fernando, where Dolores Huerta, co- founder of the United Farm Workers union, is scheduled to be the keynote speaker at 2:45 p.
In 1998, California-based Swanton Berry Farm signed the first-ever contract between an organic farm and the United Farm Workers union.
While residing in California, she performed in concerts for Amnesty International to raise the public's consciousness about events unfolding under the military dictatorship in Argentina and became involved in activities to support Cesar Chavez's United Farm Workers union.