Teresa Romero

president-elect, United Farm Workers

President-elect, United Farm Workers

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Since the 1960s, the United Farm Workers has fought on behalf of farmworkers for better pay, more rights, and dignity.

The first immigrant woman to head up a U.S. union will lead United Farm Workers

Since the 1960s, the United Farm Workers has fought on behalf of farmworkers for better pay, more rights, and dignity.

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