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Elma Constance Francois (born in Overland, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines on October 14, 1897 – 1944) was an Africentric political activist who, on September 25, 1987, was declared as a "national heroine of Trinidad and Tobago". She had been described as one of the "vociferous Africentric activists" in the history of Trinidad and Tobago and in the Caribbean region.

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  • Elma Francois
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  • Elma Constance Francois (born in Overland, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines on October 14, 1897 – 1944) was an Africentric political activist who, on September 25, 1987, was declared as a "national heroine of Trinidad and Tobago". She had been described as one of the "vociferous Africentric activists" in the history of Trinidad and Tobago and in the Caribbean region.
  • Elma Francois (born in Overland, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines on October 14, 1897 – 1944) was an Africentric political activist who, on October 14, 1987, was declared as a "national heroine of Trinidad and Tobago". She had been described as one of the "vociferous Africentric activists" in the history of Trinidad and Tobago and in the Caribbean region.
  • Elma Francois (born in Overland, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines on October 14, 1897 – 1944) was an Africentric political activist who, on October 14, 1987, was declared as a "national heroine of Trinidad and Tobago". She had been described as one of the "vociferous Africentric activists" in the history of Trinidad and Tobago and in the Caribbean region. She was known for her pro-trade union, anti-war and anti-colonial work.
  • Elma Francois (born in Overland, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines on 14 October 1897 – 1944) was an Africentric political activist who, on 14 October 1987, was declared as a "national heroine of Trinidad and Tobago". She had been described as one of the "vociferous Africentric activists" in the history of Trinidad and Tobago and in the Caribbean region. She was known for her pro-trade union, anti-war and anti-colonial work.
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  • Elma Constance Francois (born in Overland, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines on October 14, 1897 – 1944) was an Africentric political activist who, on September 25, 1987, was declared as a "national heroine of Trinidad and Tobago". She had been described as one of the "vociferous Africentric activists" in the history of Trinidad and Tobago and in the Caribbean region.
  • Elma Francois (born in Overland, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines on October 14, 1897 – 1944) was an Africentric political activist who, on October 14, 1987, was declared as a "national heroine of Trinidad and Tobago". She had been described as one of the "vociferous Africentric activists" in the history of Trinidad and Tobago and in the Caribbean region.
  • Elma Francois (born in Overland, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines on October 14, 1897 – 1944) was an Africentric political activist who, on October 14, 1987, was declared as a "national heroine of Trinidad and Tobago". She had been described as one of the "vociferous Africentric activists" in the history of Trinidad and Tobago and in the Caribbean region. She was known for her pro-trade union, anti-war and anti-colonial work.
  • Elma Francois (born in Overland, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines on 14 October 1897 – 1944) was an Africentric political activist who, on 14 October 1987, was declared as a "national heroine of Trinidad and Tobago". She had been described as one of the "vociferous Africentric activists" in the history of Trinidad and Tobago and in the Caribbean region. She was known for her pro-trade union, anti-war and anti-colonial work.
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