The United Farm Workers of America, or more commonly just United Farm
Workers (UFW), is a labor union for farmworkers in the United States. It originated
It was an outgrowth of an earlier farmworker organization, the Agricultural
Workers Association (AWA), founded by Dolores Huerta. AWOC was mostly
Founded by Cezar Chavez, the UFW organizes agricultural workers, many of
whom are Mexican-Americans.
The walls of his office in La Paz (United Farm Worker Headquarters ) are lined
with ... Cesar became an organizer for Ross' organization, the Community
The Braceros had been imported from Mexico to work on California farms. ... Kids
as young as six years old have voted in state-conducted union elections since ...
In 1966, Filipino members of the Agricultural Workers Organizing Committee
joined forces with Latino members of the National Farm Workers Association to
Throughout the course of United States history, there had been many reasons for
unsuccessful organization of farmworkers. The National Farm Labor Union, ...
In September 1962, the National Farm Workers Association (NFWA) held its first
convention in Fresno, California, initiating a multiracial movement that would ...
Web site: http://www.ufw.org. Labor Union Founded: 1962 as National Farm
Workers Association Employees: 75. NAIC: 813930 Labor Unions and Similar
Nov 24, 2010 ... UFW U.S. labour union founded in 1962 as the National Farm Workers
Association by Cesar Chavez, a migrant farm labourer. The union ...