United Farm Workers

“UFW” redirects here. For the GNU/Linux firewall software, see Uncomplicated Firewall.UFW Full name United Farm Workers of America Founded 1962 (1962) Members 10,278 (2013)[1] Affiliation Change to Win Federation Key people Arturo Rodriguez, president Office location Keene, California Country United States Website www.ufw.org 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 from the merger of two workers’ rights organizations, the Agricultural Workers Organizing Committee (AWOC) led by Filipino organizer Larry Itliong, and the National Farm Workers Association (NFWA) led by César Chávez and Dolores Huerta. They became allied and transformed from workers’ rights organizations into a union as a result of a series of strikes in 1965, when the mostly Filipino farmworkers of the AWOC in Delano, California initiated a grape strike, and the NFWA went on strike in support. As a result of the commonality in goals and methods, the NFWA and the AWOC formed the United Farm Workers Organizing Committee on August 22, 1966.[2] This organization was accepted into the AFL-CIO in 1972 and changed its name to the United Farmworkers Union.[3]Contents 1 History1.1 Founding of the UFW 1.2 Historic Complications in Organizing Farm Workers Prior to UFW Formation 1.3 Texas Strike 1.4 Texas Campaign 1.5 1970s 1.6 1980s 1.7 Recent developments 2 Roles 3 Archival collections 4 References 5 Further reading 6 External links6.1 General 6.2 Archives and documentationHistory[edit] Founding of the UFW[edit] Hispanic and Latino Americans National origin groupsArgentine Americans Bolivian Americans Chilean Americans Colombian Americans Costa Rican Americans Cuban Americans Dominican Americans Ecuadorian Americans Guatemalan Americans Honduran Americans Mexican Americans Nicaraguan Americans Panamanian Americans Paraguayan Americans Peruvian Americans Puerto Ricans (stateside) Salvadoran Americans Spanish Americans Uruguayan Americans Venezuelan AmericansHistoryHistory of Hispanic and Latino Americans History of Mexican AmericansColonial casta systemcastizo cholo criollo mestizo mulato pardo/moreno zamboPolitical movementsChicano Movement Hispanic and Latino American politicsOrganizationsAssociation of Hispanic Arts Congressional Hispanic Caucus Congressional Hispanic Conference. thanks wikipedia.

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Kamani massacre

For other uses, see Kamani (disambiguation). The village of Kamani, most of its inhabitants have been massacred by the Abkhaz separatist during the war The Kamani Massacre took place on July 9, 1993, during the Georgian-Abkhaz conflict. It was perpetrated against Georgian inhabitants of Kamani (a small village located north of Sukhumi), mainly by militia forces of Abkhaz separatists, their North Caucasian and Russian allies. It became a part of the bloody campaign carried out by the separatists, which was known as the ethnic cleansing of Georgians in Abkhazia During the War in Abkhazia in 1992-93, the villages along the Gumista River (north and east of Sukhumi) such as Kamani, Shroma, and Achadara were mainly populated by ethnic Georgians. v t e War in Abkhazia1st Sukhumi Tkvarcheli Gagra March Battle Kamani 2nd Sukhumi However, the area was very important strategically, as it enabled motorized units to reach Sukhumi, the capital of the autonomous republic. After the failed attempt to storm Sukhumi from the west, the Abkhaz formations and their allies diverted their offensive on the northern and eastern sides of Sukhumi. On July 2, 1993 under the Russian military directives and naval support, the Abkhaz and their allies (Confederation of Mountain Peoples of the Caucasus) landed in Ochamchire and attacked the villages on the Gumista river. The Georgian National Guard, volunteers units and battalions made up by local civilians were taken by surprise. The Georgian side did not expect any offensive from north or eastern sides of Sukhumi district. Due to this manoeuvring, the Abkhaz and their allies cut through the Georgian front line and attacked the villages along the side of Gumista river. The Georgian side suffered many losses[1] and the defensive line around Sukhumi was breached by the Abkhaz offensive. On July 5, Abkhaz, Russian, Armenian Bagramyan battalion and North Caucasian detachments stormed the villages of Akhalsheni, Guma and Shroma of Sukhumi district. The residents from the villages were rounded up and massacred. The last offensive took place on July 9, on the village of Kamani. Kamani was a Svan (sub-ethnic group of the Georgian people) village which also included Orthodox Church (named after St George) and convent (populated by priests and nuns). Kamani church The Georgian forces which were protecting the pathways to Kamani were annihilated early in the morning after which the main assault on the village. thanks wikipedia.

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Charles Haslewood Shannon

For other people named Charles Shannon, see Charles Shannon. Self-portrait, 1897 Charles Haslewood Shannon RA[1] (26 April 1863 – 18 March 1937) was an English artist.Contents 1 Early life 2 Schools and training 3 Career 4 Later life 5 References5.1 Bibliography 6 External linksEarly life[edit] Shannon was born in Sleaford, Lincolnshire, the son of the Rev. Frederick William Shannon, Rector of Quarrington (himself the son of a Royal Navy captain, Rodney Shannon and his wife Frances Nash), and Catherine Emma Manthorp, the daughter of a surgeon, Daniel Levett Manthorp (and his wife, Elizabeth Mason).[2] Schools and training[edit] Shannon attended the City and Guilds of London Art School (then known as South London School of Technical Art, formerly Lambeth School of Art), and was subsequently considerably influenced by his lifetime partner Charles Ricketts[3] and by the example of the great Venetians. In his early work he was addicted to a heavy low tone, which he abandoned subsequently for clearer and more transparent colour. He achieved great success with his portraits and his Giorgionesque figure compositions, which are marked by a classic sense of style, and with his etchings and lithographic designs.[4] Career[edit] The Dublin Municipal Gallery owns his circular composition The Bunch of Grapes and The Lady with the Green Fan (portrait of Mrs Hacon). His Study in Grey is at the Munich Gallery, a Portrait of Mr Staats Forbes at Bremen, and Souvenir of Van Dyck at Melbourne. One of his most remarkable pictures is The Toilet of Venus in the collection of Lord Northcliffe. Several of his portrait works are on display in the National Portrait Gallery in London.[4] Complete sets of his lithographs and etchings have been acquired by the British Museum and the Berlin and Dresden print rooms. He was awarded a first-class gold medal at Munich in 1895 and a first-class silver medal in Paris in 1900.[4] He was a member of the International Society of Sculptors, Painters and Gravers.[5] Later life[edit] Shannon became disabled in 1928 after a fall while hanging a picture, and the neurological damage that resulted caused amnesia and ended his career.[6] References[edit] ^ “Royal Academy of Arts Collections – Home”.  ^ Darracott (2004) ^ Ray, Gordon Norton (1992), The Illustrator and the Book in England from 1790 to 1914, Courier Dover Publications, p. 160, ISBN 0-486-26955-8 . ^ a b c Shannon, Charles Haslewood, in Chisholm,. thanks wikipedia.

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Acrobasis amplexella

Acrobasis amplexella Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Order: Lepidoptera Family: Pyralidae Genus: Acrobasis Species: A. amplexella Binomial name Acrobasis amplexella Ragonot, 1887[1]Acrobasis amplexella is a species of snout moth in the genus Acrobasis. It was described by Ragonot in 1887, and is known from eastern Canada and the United States.[2] The larvae feed on laurel species,[3] including Kalmia angustifolia and Kalmia latifolia. References[edit] ^ “”Acrobasis” at funet.fi”. Nic.funet.fi. Retrieved 2011-12-16.  ^ “mothphotographersgroup”. Mothphotographersgroup.msstate.edu. Retrieved 2011-12-16.  ^ “The Moths of Maryland”. Marylandmoths.com. Retrieved 2011-12-16.  This Acrobasis-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Einar Hákonarson

This is an Icelandic name. The last name is a patronymic, not a family name; this person is properly referred to by the given name Einar. Einar Hákonarson Born Einar Ingvar Hákonarson (1945-01-14)14 January 1945 Reykjavík, Iceland Nationality Icelandic Education Iceland Academy of the Arts (National Art School of Iceland (MHÍ)), Valand School of Fine Arts Known for painting, printmaking, sculpture, drawing, mosaic, enamels, stained glass Movement Figurative art, Expressionism Einar Hákonarson (born 14 January 1945, in Reykjavík, Iceland) is one of Iceland’s best known artists[citation needed]. He is an expressionistic and figurative painter who brought the figure back into Icelandic painting in 1968. He is a pioneer in the Icelandic art scene and art education. He has been called “The crusader of the painting”,[1] due to his involvement in those conflicts many Icelandic painters have had with the public fine art centers over the last 20 years.Contents 1 Early life 2 Art2.1 Printmaking 2.2 Teaching 3 The painters’ conflict 4 The Art Center4.1 Loss of the Art Center 4.2 The Painters House 5 Cultural scene 6 Notes6.1 Resources 7 External linksEarly life[edit] Einar Hákonarson. Around the golden calf, 2005 triptych. Einar Hákonarson was raised in Kleppsholt, Reykjavík. He started to paint and draw at a very young age. His father was a part-time artist and his 2 uncles were avid art lovers which was uncommon at that time in Iceland. Einar was only 15 years old when he was accepted to The National Art School of Iceland. There he received his education for the next 4 years following which he went abroad to Gothenburg Sweden and to study at Valand School of Fine Arts where he received influence from new modes of art and was influenced by figurative painting.[2] Whilst Einar was still studying in Sweden he won the Nordic countries art prize after an exhibition in the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Copenhagen, Denmark.[3] He won a prize in Buenos Aires, Argentina, for his printmaking, and an international printmaking prize in Ljubljana, former Yugoslavia, for a series of pictures after a trip to the German concentration camp of Auschwitz in Poland.[4] Art[edit] Einar returned to Iceland after his education and held his first solo exhibition in Bogasalur Reykjavík 1968. His show distinguished itself from its Icelandic art scene then current as Einar’s paintings were pop, figurative and exp. thanks wikipedia.

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Yiğit is a Turkish name, pronounced as ‘Yee-it’. Notable people with the name include: Given name:Pasha Yiğit Bey (died 1413), Ottoman civil and military officer Yiğit Bulut (born 1972), Turkish journalist Yiğit Gökoğlan (born 1989), Turkish footballer Yiğit İncedemir (born 1985), Turkish footballer Yiğit Özşener (born 1972), Turkish actorSurname:Eşref Uğur Yiğit (born 1945), Turkish admiral and commander-in-chief of the Turkish Navy Faruk Yiğit (born 1968), Turkish footballer Hasan Yiğit (born 1975), Turkish footballer Korkmaz Yiğit (born 1943), Turkish businessman Neslihan Yiğit (born 1994), Turkish female badminton player Nilay Yiğit (born 1979), Turkish female basketball player Tamer Yiğit (born 1942), Turkish actor This page or section lists people that share the same given name or the same family name. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change that link to point directly to the intended article. thanks wikipedia.

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Aidan Sezer

Aidan SezerPersonal information Born (1991-06-24) 24 June 1991 (age 24) Bankstown, New South Wales, Australia Height 180 cm (5 ft 11 in) Weight 90 kg (14 st 2 lb) Playing information Position Halfback, Five-eighth Club Years Team Pld T G FG P 2012–15 Gold Coast Titans 71 12 156 5 365 2016– Canberra Raiders 8 4 0 0 16Total 79 16 156 5 381 Representative Years Team Pld T G FG P 2013 Indigenous All Stars 1 0 0 0 0 2016 NSW City 1 0 6 0 12 As of 12 May 2016 Source: [1] Aidan Sezer (born 24 June 1991) is an Australian professional rugby league footballer who currently plays for the Canberra Raiders in the National Rugby League. An Indigenous All Stars and New South Wales City representative, he plays at five-eighth and halfback. He previously played for the Gold Coast Titans.Contents 1 Background 2 Playing career2.1 2012 2.2 2013 2.3 2014 2.4 2015 2.5 2016 3 References 4 External linksBackground[edit] Sezer was born in Bankstown, New South Wales, to a Turkish father, Yücel and Indigenous Australian mother, Tanya and is a Muslim.[2] Sezer played his junior football for the East Hills Bulldogs before being signed by the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs. Sezer played in the Bulldogs Toyota Cup team in 2010-2011, scoring over 300 points.[3] On 31 August 2010, Sezer was named at five-eighth in the 2010 NYC Team of the Year.[4] At the end of 2011, Sezer signed with the Gold Coast Titans after a lack of first-grade opportunities at the Bulldogs.[5] Playing career[edit] 2012[edit] In Round 7 of the 2012 NRL season, Sezer made his NRL debut for the Gold Coast Titans against the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles at five-eighth and scored a try in the Titans 26-14 upset win at Brookvale Oval.[6][7] In December 2012, Sezer re-signed with the Titans on a 2-year contract.[8] Sezer finished his debut year in the NRL with him playing in 18 matches, scoring 4 tries, kicking 7 goals and kicking 1 field goal for the Gold Coast Titans in the 2012 NRL season. On 4 December 2012, Sezer re-signed with the Titans for 3 years till the end of the 2015 season.[8] 2013[edit] On 9 February 2013, Sezer played for the Indigenous All Stars team in the 2013 All Stars match against the NRL All Stars off the interchange bench in the Indigenous Team 32-6 win at Suncorp Stadium.[9][10] Sezer finished the 2013 NRL season with him playing in 22 matches, scoring 1 try, kicking 75 goals and kicking 2 field goals for the. thanks wikipedia.

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Ray Dieringer

Ray Dieringer is a former head basketball coach at Cleveland State University. He coached at Cleveland State from 1969 through 1983. He graduated from University of Dayton in 1956. He was inducted into the Cleveland State Vikings hall of fame in 1998.[1] Head coaching record[edit] Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason Cleveland State (Independent) (1969–1983) 1969–70 Cleveland State 5–211970–71 Cleveland State 5–201971–72 Cleveland State 8–181972–73 Cleveland State 9–141973–74 Cleveland State 6–201974–75 Cleveland State 13–111975–76 Cleveland State 6–191976–77 Cleveland State 10–171977–78 Cleveland State 12–131978–79 Cleveland State 15–101979–80 Cleveland State 18–81980–81 Cleveland State 18–91981–82 Cleveland State 17–101982–83 Cleveland State 8–20Cleveland State: 150–210 Total: 150–210       National champion         Postseason invitational champion         Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion       Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion       Conference tournament championReferences[edit] ^ http://www.csuvikings.com/hallfame/clst-hallfame.html v t e Cleveland State Vikings men’s basketball head coachesHomer E. Woodling (1929–1941) Bruce Brickley (1941–1942) Aaron Andrews (1942–1943) No team (1943–1945) George McKinnon (1945–1949) George Rung (1949–1952) Homer E. Woodling (1952–1953) George Rung (1953–1958) Bill Gallagher (1958–1959) Jim Rodriguez (1959–1966) John McLendon (1966–1969) Ray Dieringer (1969–1983) Kevin Mackey (1983–1990) Mike Boyd (1990–1996) Rollie Massimino (1996–2003) Mike Garland (2003–2006) Gary Waters (2006– )This biographical article relating to a United States basketball figure is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Arthur Ransome Club

ARC logo The Arthur Ransome Club ((アーサー・ランサム・クラブ: Āsā Ransamu Kurabu)?), ARC was founded in Tokyo, Japan, in 1987. It is believed to be the first organization dedicated to promoting and celebrating the works of Arthur Ransome. Its members refer to themselves as “Ransomites” (“Ransamaito”). History[edit] The Club was founded in 1987 by Tamami Nakayama. The Club celebrated its 10th anniversary in 1997 at the “10-Gong Festival” in a central Tokyo hotel. Members of “The Arthur Ransome Society” were in attendance and a presentation of the newly published book Arthur Ransome and the Japanese connection was made to each ARC member. ARC now[edit] ARC publishes a yearly journal called 1929. External links[edit]Arthur Ransome Club (of Japan) website in English. thanks wikipedia.

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Shibam Kawkaban District

Shibam Kawkaban District District Country  Yemen Governorate Al Mahwit Population (2003)  • Total 39,163 Time zone Yemen Standard Time (UTC+3) Shibam Kawkaban District is a district of the Al Mahwit Governorate, Yemen. As of 2003, the district had a population of 39,163 inhabitants.[1] The town is a stronghold of the Shi’a Islamist Houthis which control much of Northern Yemen.[2][3] References[edit] ^ “Districts of Yemen”. Statoids. Retrieved October 20, 2010.  ^ [1] ^ [2] v t eAl Mahwit GovernorateCapital: Al Mahwit DistrictsAl Khabt District Al Mahwait District Al Mahwait City District Ar Rujum District At Tawilah District Bani Sa’d District Hufash District Milhan District Shibam Kawkaban District Coordinates: 15°22′N 43°45′E / 15.367°N 43.750°E / 15.367; 43.750This article about a location in Yemen is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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