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April 26, 1993 | Michael Flagg, Times staff writer
Angela Keefe, 29, won a bitter election last year to become the youngest head of a large union local in Southern California and one of the few women to hold such a job. The local has 5,000 members--half of them Latino--with mostly low-paying jobs at Disneyland, Anaheim Stadium and many of Orange County's largest hotels. Keefe, a very liberal activist, had been director of organizing; as president she has eschewed a raise and kept her old salary of $42,000.
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April 26, 1993 | Michael Flagg, Times staff writer
Angela Keefe, 29, won a bitter election last year to become the youngest head of a large union local in Southern California and one of the few women to hold such a job. The local has 5,000 members--half of them Latino--with mostly low-paying jobs at Disneyland, Anaheim Stadium and many of Orange County's largest hotels. Keefe, a very liberal activist, had been director of organizing; as president she has eschewed a raise and kept her old salary of $42,000.
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