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How Unions Help Immigrants Resist Deportations

Brooke Anderson/Creative Commons Members of UNITE HERE Local 2 march in San Franciso L abor historian Fred Glass, looking at the impact of immigration on California's labor movement, notes that many immigrants have arrived in the state with a long history of labor and left-wing activism. Unions have then called on that history and consciousness to aid in organizing drives among janitors, farm workers, hotel housekeepers, and others.
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