National Congress for Puerto Rican Rights Commemorates International Working Women's Day

Diana Caballero Papers, 1967-1999

Flyer inviting public to join National Congress for Puerto Rican Rights in commemorating International Working Women's Day in Spanish Harlem, New York, NY, March 22, 1985. The National Congress for Puerto Rican Rights, founded in the South Bronx in 1981, was an all-volunteer, grassroots, activist organization that strived for equality in United States' society and an end to discrimination for Puerto Ricans.


Date
March 22, 1985, Date accepted
Creator
Diana Caballero
Location

El Caney el Barrio, 170 E 116th St., New York, NY

Language
English
Document Type
Document: leaflets
Identifier
DiCa_b13_f07_0001
Related Keywords
Women
Individuals or Organizations Mentioned
National Congress for Puerto Rican Rights
Related Places
El Barrio (is referenced)
Citation
Diana Caballero Papers, 1967-1999. National Congress for Puerto Rican Rights Commemorates International Working Women's Day: DiCa_b13_f07_0001. Center for Puerto Rican Studies Library & Archives, Hunter College, CUNY. Web. 18 Sep 2019.
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