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Ramona Parra (1926–1946) was a Chilean communist. She was shot to death during a demonstration in Santiago de Chile, also known as the Bulnes Square massacre.

She joined the Communist Youth on January 15 of 1944, along with her sisters Blossom, Olga and Irma. She joined the Business College to study accounting. In 1945 she started working at Recalcine Laboratories and continued studies in evening courses. Failed to graduate.



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Latercera

Latercera
Tue, 23 Sep 2014 22:14:18 -0700

En este sentido, se gestiona la elaboración de un mural alusivo al líder de izquierda en el centro de Santiago, donde coordinan, entre otras entidades, la Brigada Ramona Parra y la Fundación Miguel Enríquez. Asimismo, se exhibirá el ciclo itinerante de ...

Radio Bío-Bío

Radio Bío-Bío
Wed, 03 Sep 2014 08:11:15 -0700

... del posible autor del femicidio ya está en manos de la Brigada de Homicidios de la Policía de Investigaciones. Por otro lado, aún continúan las pericias en el domicilio ubicado en calle Ramona Parra. Con este delito ya son 29 los casos de femicidio ...
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