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Thursday, April 16, 1998 FULL SHOW | HEADLINES | PREVIOUS: The Case of Fr. Pat Sullivan and Cuba
1998-04-16

International Women’s Conference in Havana

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More than 3,000 women from across the globe are in Havana this week for an international women’s conference. The women range from artists and actresses to journalists and activists.......

Guest:

  • Andera Saenz, the coordinator of the Women’s International League for Peace Freedom delegation in Havana and the head of the Cuba and Colombia campaign for WILPF.
  • Orlaida Cabera, coordinator of ICAP, the Institute for Friendship with the Peoples.

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