Wikipedia:WikiProject Women in Red/Caribbean

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WiR redlist index: Caribbean


Welcome to WikiProject Women in Red (WiR). Our objective is to turn red links into blue ones. Our scope is women's biographies, women's works, and women's issues, broadly construed.

This list of red links is intended to serve as a basis for creating new articles on the English Wikipedia. All new articles must satisfy Wikipedia's notability criteria; red links on this list may or may not qualify. Lists that are not updated by ListeriaBot (talk) need to be updated manually.


  • NOTE This link to the University of the West Indies databases has [1] links to Caribbean newspaper clippings and other documentation which may be helpful.

Antigua & Barbuda

  • Zahra Airall writer, women's rights activist, film maker/playwright [2], [3], [4], [5], [6], [7], [8], [9]
  • Anne Hart Gilbert (1768–1834), Methodist writer, school founder, abolitionist [10], [11], [12], [13],[14], [15]
Not sure if she and her sister Elizabeth below should be written together as the Hart Sisters, or separately. I lean to separately, as they were each notable in their own rights, but sources cover them together almost always.

Aruba

  • Jeannette Richardson-Baars Director of the Aruba Police Academy, anti trafficking activist [27], useable photo, [28], [29], [30]

Bahamas

Barbados

  • Carol Roberts, (aka Carol Roberts-Reifer), [42],[43], [44], [45], [46]

Belize

  • Bernice Hulse (1912-2002) first woman doctor in Belize, worked to eradicate tuberculosis [47], [48], [49], [50], [51]

Bermuda

Bonaire

  • Dee Scarr, diver, writer [62]. [63], [64], [65], [66]

Cayman Islands

Cuba

Curaçao

  • Rebecca Cohen Henriquez, (1864-1935) first Curaçaoan woman knighted by the Queen of the Netherlands, Sephardic Jewish founder of Club Entre Nous [88], [89], [90]
  • Tania Kross (nl) (born 1976) Curaçaoan opera singer [91], [92], [93], [94]

Dominica

Dominican Republic

  • Rafaela Alburquerque (born 19 September 1947): First women to served as President (Chair) of the Chamber of Deputies (House of Representatives) of the Dominican Republic (1999–2003). As deputy, she represented the province of San Pedro de Macorís from 1986 to 1994 (elected in 1986, re-elected in 1990), and from 1998 to 2006 (re-elected in 1998 and 2002). As a diplomat, she has served as Consul General of the DR in Hamburg, Germany (1994–97), in Antwerp, Belgium (1997–98), and is currently serving as Dominican Republic Ambassador to the Republic of China (Taiwan) since May 2011.
  • Gloria Moya de Jiménez, 1930 member of the Inter-American Commission of Women

Grenada

Guadeloupe

  • Gerty Dambury, (born 1957) playwright, director, novelist, and poet [106] [107]

Haiti

Jamaica

Montserrat

Puerto Rico

St. Kitts & Nevis

St. Lucia

St. Martin (Sint Maarten)

  • Gracita R. Arrindell (born 1956) First president of the Parliament of Sint Maarten, women's rights activist page 4, [153], [154], [155], [156], [157], [158]
  • Dona Bryhiel artist [159], lots of press clippings in French, [160], [161], [162], [163]
  • Daniella Jeffry-Pilot (born 1941) educator and author [164], [165], [166], [167]

St. Vincent & Grenadines

Trinidad & Tobago

U.S. Virgin Islands

References


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