Asian Immigrant Women & HERE Local 2

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[Excerpt] This article tells the story of a local union and a community group who, in pursuit of multinational and multiracial solidarity within their own organizations, have coalesced to help immigrants defend themselves against the exploitation they inevitably face in the workplace. In both cases, women provided the leadership that made these efforts possible, efforts that may harbinger a broader view of working class solidarity in the American labor movement.
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Labor Research Review
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Vol. 1, Num. 11
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1988-04-01
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San Fransisco; hospitality workers; immigration; union organizing
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