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The Belize Woman (March 1987)
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Description
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Who is the photographer?; What is their relationship to the Belize Rural Women's Association? When was the exact date the photos were taken?
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Creator
Belize Rural Women's Association, Author
Media Type
Image
Text
Item Types
Newsletters
Photographs
Description
Three items: 1) a cover page; 2) photographs of women; and 3) more photographs of women.
1) Cover page: The cover page of one issue of the "Belize Woman", March 1987.
2) "What Our Women Do": The first collection of photographs from the Belize Rural Women's Association taken during Women's Health Week of 1986. In the top photo, Editors Cynthia Ellis and Regina Martinez, Meredith Sands, and Silvera Cho speak before a gathering of rural women. A newsletter from the Belize Rural Women's Association features three photos of Belizean women during the events of Cultural Market Day 1985.
3) "What Our Women Do": The second collection of photographs from the Belize Rural Women's Association features three photos of Belizean women during the events of Cultural Market Day 1985. The top photo depicts women of the LuFuluri group of Dangriga performing a skit at Women's Health Week in 1986. The bottom and middle photos feature women buying and selling goods at the 1984 Women's Health Fair in Dangriga.
Notes
Established in 1979, the Belize Rural Women's Association is a non-political association of women committed to improving the lives of the nation's rural communities. The association was formed to address certain issues affecting poor- and working-class women in the hinterland of Belize. It has created a national forum to encourage rural women so make their voices heard and to speak-out on domestic violence, poverty, health, and other issues affecting their lives.
Publisher
Belize Rural Women's Association
Place of Publication
Belmopan, Belize
Edition
1.2
Pagination
Cover Page, 2, 28, column 1-2
Date of Original
March 1987
Date Of Event
1984-1987
Subject(s)
Personal Name(s)
Cynthia Ellis ; Regina Martinez ; Ismay Swazo ; Janice Lambert ; Margaret McGann ; Catherine Jones ; Shirlette Vacarro ; Lucia Engleton ; Dorita Smith ; Therese Elijio ; Myrtle Gill ; Wheada Mangar ; Ms. Bonnell
Local identifier
CERLAC Resource Centre, Shelf J2, Box Belize Rural Womens Association
Collection
CERLAC
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Cayo, Belize
    Latitude: 17.25 Longitude: -88.76667
Creative Commons licence
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Copyright Statement
Public domain: Copyright has expired according to Canadian law. No restrictions on use.
Recommended Citation
The Belize Woman 1, no. 2 (March 1987), Cover Page, 2.1-2.2, 28.1-28.2.
Location of Original
CERLAC Resource Centre, Shelf J2, Box Belize Rural Women's Association
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The Belize Woman (March 1987)


Three items: 1) a cover page; 2) photographs of women; and 3) more photographs of women.
1) Cover page: The cover page of one issue of the "Belize Woman", March 1987.
2) "What Our Women Do": The first collection of photographs from the Belize Rural Women's Association taken during Women's Health Week of 1986. In the top photo, Editors Cynthia Ellis and Regina Martinez, Meredith Sands, and Silvera Cho speak before a gathering of rural women. A newsletter from the Belize Rural Women's Association features three photos of Belizean women during the events of Cultural Market Day 1985.
3) "What Our Women Do": The second collection of photographs from the Belize Rural Women's Association features three photos of Belizean women during the events of Cultural Market Day 1985. The top photo depicts women of the LuFuluri group of Dangriga performing a skit at Women's Health Week in 1986. The bottom and middle photos feature women buying and selling goods at the 1984 Women's Health Fair in Dangriga.