Clara Campoamor, the liberal struggle for the female suffrage

September 15, 1 pm
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Clara Campoamor was elected deputy in her country for the Radical Party, which she had joined because it was “republican, liberal, secular and democratic”, values of her ideology which she determined to represent since a very young age. It took her 43 years to achieve that representation, to which she acceded even before being able to vote, without godfathers, without quotas, without cheating. In years when the world was torn between two monsters, alone, without expecting anything that she did not obtain by the force of her colossal courage; she declared before those who obliged her to chose lesser evils: I am as far from fascism as from communism, I am liberal.

Speaker

Karina Mariana

Karina Mariana

Bachelor in Communication Sciences -UBA – Journalist – Specialist in political communication – Director of the CLUB DE LOS VIERNES ARGENTINA (CLUB OF FRIDAYS)

 

 

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