Labor Leader

  • (noun): A leader of a labor movement.

Some articles on labor leader, leader, labor:

List Of Mexican Americans - Civil Rights Leaders and Community Activists
... Latino and low income civil rights activist César Chávez(1927–1993) - labor leader and activist Linda Chavez-Thompson - former executive vice-president of ... Texas supreme court case Rodolfo Gonzales — leader of the Chicano Civil Rights Movement, boxer, poet José Ángel Gutiérrez — political activist, founder of the Raza Unida Party, writer, and ... Herrera - civil rights leader Dolores Huerta - civil rights leader Nativo Lopez - civil rights activist Mimi Lozano - co-founded the Society of Hispanic Historical and Ancestral Research Angel G ...
List Of People From The United States Virgin Islands - Political Leaders
... Frank Rudolph Crosswaith (1892–1965), socialist and labor leader Ron De Lugo, St ... councilman, civil rights and labor leader Hubert Henry Harrison (1883–1927), orator, political activist William H ... (born 1934), African-American activist, civil rights leader D ...
Sami Taha - Labor Leader
... became important figure in Arab Palestine and the leader of the Palestinian labor movement ... After organizing an Arab labor movement similar to the Jewish "Histadrut" ... it is known that he was killed on the orders of Amin al-Husayni — Grand Mufti of Jerusalem and leader of the Arabs in Palestine ...
List Of Jewish American Activists - Activists - Trade Union Leaders
... David Dubinsky, labor leader Samuel Gompers, labor leader Sidney Hillman, labor leader Jackie Presser, Teamster leader, racketeer ...

Famous quotes containing the words leader and/or labor:

    A political leader must keep looking over his shoulder all the time to see if the boys are still there. If they aren’t still there, he’s no longer a political leader.
    Bernard Baruch (1870–1965)

    Women of a selected class, by the use of slaves and servants have become inactive, the mere recipients of values, no longer creators but “feeding on unearned wealth.” This hurts their nature and debases the social fabric. If a woman does no labor in her home which could properly make her self-supporting outside that home she is in duty bound to do something outside her home to justify her claim to support.
    Anna Garlin Spencer (1851–1931)