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Womens Conference Accra - Miss B. Karam
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Media Id 252_5
Creation_date 1960-10-19T00:00:00
Subcollections Drum Social Histories
Royalty Free NO
City Accra
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Description DM2008081314:GHAED:WOMEN:POLITICS:EPRSONALITIES:OCT 1960 - Womens Conference Accra - Miss B. Karam of U.A.R. enthralled by a speaker - 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)
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Collections Baileys African History Archive
Keywords West Africa, Ghana, Accra, Accra women's conference, October 1960, 1960, politics, Drum Magazine, B. Karam, U.A.R, Africa, United States of America, West Indies, North and West Africa, Commonwealth Hall, University College of Ghana, Evelyn Amarteifio, Ghana Women's Movement, Drum Photographer,
Credit Line Drum Social Histories / Baileys African History Archive / Africa Media Online
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Title Womens Conference Accra - Miss B. Karam
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