Angel G. Luévano

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Angel G. Luévano
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Angel G. Luévano
Born(1949-10-01)October 1, 1949
EducationHastings College of the Law
Political partyDemocrat
Spouse(s)Argentina Dávila-Luévano

Ángel Godinez Luévano (/luˈvən/; born October 1, 1949) is a Mexican-American labor leader and activist who was the principal litigant in the class action suit Luévano v. Campbell.[1] He is also a graduate of the Hastings College of the Law.

Luévano went on to work as a career civil servant with OFCCP, serving as the Deputy Director of the DPO in its national office. After serving 3 terms as State Director for California of LULAC, He now serves as National Vice President for the Far-West Region of LULAC.


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