AGIF

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AGIFAnimated Gif
AGIFAmerican GI Forum
AGIFAssemblies of God International Fellowship
AGIFAbu Ghraib Internment Facility
AGIFAustralian Government Interoperability Framework
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A month later, Florentine Films, Burns' production company, the American GI Forum and the Hispanic Association of Corporate Responsibility, a coalition of major Hispanic organizations, announced an agreement that was drafted in consultation with the Congressional Hispanic Caucus.
The coalition of organizations participating in the development of the pledge included the California Council of Urban Leagues, the League of United Latin American Citizens, Latino Issues Forum, the Black Business Association of Los Angeles, the American GI Forum, the Filipino-American Political Association, the Coalition of Bay Area Women-Owned Businesses, and the World Institute on Disability.
The task force includes the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund, the League of United Latin American Citizens, the American GI Forum, the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, the William C.
* A coalition of thirteen major Hispanic organizations including the American GI Forum, Aspira Association, Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute, Congressional Hispanic Leadership Institute, Cuban American National Council, Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, League of United Latin American Citizens, MANA, National Association of Hispanic Publications, National Council of La Raza, National Puerto Rican Coalition, SER-Jobs for Progress National, and the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
The task force includes the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF), LULAC, the American GI Forum, the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, and the Southwest Voter Registration Education Project.
BACK ROW (STANDING, FROM LEFT TO RIGHT): Antonio Gil Morales, President of the American GI Forum of the United States, Brent Wilkes, Executive Director of the League of United Latin American Citizens, Guarione Diaz, Executive director of the Cuban American National Council, Janet Murguia, President and CEO of the National Council of La Raza, Ignacio Salazar, President and CEO of SER Jobs for Progress, Michael L.
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