Elizabeth Perez Arriola
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Part of Guampedia's Women in Guam History commemorative poster series. All posters in this series consist of an image of the individual being recognized, along with a brief biography with notable accomplishments. Poster design by Odyessa San Nicolas.
Elizabeth Pangelinan Perez Arriola (1928 – 2002) is most widely recognized in Guam history for her stand on issues affecting the family. A six-term Guam senator, Arriola took tough stances against legalizing casino gambling and abortion, and championed legislation on a wide range of issues affecting Guam and its culture, focusing special concern on women, youth and senior citizens. Arriola was also the first female lector at St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome during the Beatification of Padre Luis Diego de San Vitores in October 1986. She also managed the Guam Museum and helped establish the Guam Preservation Trust.
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DIMENSIONS: 20" x 30"
WEIGHT: 2.8 oz