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Mujeres de América

Item

lavoz0022.jpg

Dublin Core

Title

Mujeres de América

Subject

Spanish newspapers--Sections, columns, etc.
Uruguay-- Politics and Government
Human trafficking
Periódicos españoles--Secciones, columnas, etc
Uruguay--Política y gobierno
Tráfico de personas

Description

Semblanza de la médica Nylia Molinari Calleros, presidenta de la "Liga Uruguaya Contra la Trata de Blancas", fundada en 1931 con el objeto de combatir el tráfico de mujeres desde Uruguay a Buenos Aires para obligarlas a prostituirse, descripción del trabajo social que lleva a cabo esta Liga.
Portrait of the doctor Nylia Molinari Calleros, president of the "Uruguayan League Against Women Trafficking" established with the purpose of helping victims of human trafficking that where transported from Uruguay to Buenos Aires and forced into prostitution. Description of social work by this League.

Creator

[Unknown]

Source

Publisher

The Spanish Newspaper Corporation

Date

1938-1-8

Format

JPEG

Language

Spanish

Type

text

Identifier

lavoz0022

Coverage

New York, (N.Y.)
Uruguay
Argentina

Citation

[Unknown], “Mujeres de América,” Recovering the US Hispanic Literary Heritage Digital Collections, accessed June 12, 2024, http://usldhrecovery.uh.edu/items/show/3365.