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Womens Conference Accra - Mrs. Nkrumah meet Mrs. Du Bois
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Description DM2008081313:GHAED:WOMEN:POLITICS:PERSONALITIES:OCT 1960 - Womens Conference Accra - Mrs. Nkrumah meet Mrs. Du Bois. Looking on are Miss Sophia Doku, M.P. (Left), Miss Christiana Wilmot (centre) and Mrs. Hannah Cudjoe (half hidden) - Women of Africa and of African descent, from the United States of America, West Indies, North and West Africa, gathered for the first great Conference at the Commonwealth Hall of the University College of Ghana recently. They were guests of the Ghana Women's Movement led by Mrs Evelyn Amarteifio. Conspicuously absent were the women of East, Central South, and French Africa. (Photograph by Drum Photographer BAHA)
Creation_date 1960-10-19T00:00:00
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Title Womens Conference Accra - Mrs. Nkrumah meet Mrs. Du Bois
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Keywords West Africa, Ghana, Drum Magazine, Accra, Women, Accra women's conference, conference, Accra Conference, Mrs Nkrumah, meet, Mrs Du Bois, Miss, Sophia Doku, Drum Photographer, traditional attire, October, 1960, October 1960,
Credit Line Drum Social Histories / Baileys African History Archive / Africa Media Online
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