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Matienzo Matienzo is the name of a village and a karst depression some 25 km southeast of Santander in Ruesga municipality, Cantabria, northern Spain. The limestone around Matienzo is riddled with caves (up to 58.6 km in length) which have been extensively explored over the last 50 years by Spanish and British cavers. The total length of cave passage explored, as of December 2016, is 377 km.
Carlota Matienzo Carlota Matienzo Román (1881, Barcelona — 1926, Queens, New York) was a Puerto Rican teacher and feminist. She is credited with working for reform of the public school system in Puerto Rico, and as one of the founders in 1917 of the Puerto Rican Feminine League and in 1921 of the Suffragist Social League.
Carlota Matienzo Carlota Matienzo Román was born in Barcelona, where her parents had met and married while her father was in law school. He was Rosendo Matienzo Cintrón from Puerto Rico. In the beginning of the 1880s, the family returned to Puerto Rico from Barcelona. They settled in Mayaguez, where her father built his law practice and became active in politics. In 1904 he was elected from the district as a member of the House of Representatives of Puerto Rico.
Carlota Matienzo In 1907, Carlota Matienzo graduated from the University of Puerto Rico, among the first generation of students after the university was founded. She subsequently went to New York City for graduate work, where she studied philosophy at Columbia University. She returned to Puerto Rico to become a teacher.
Carlota Matienzo In her professional life, Matienzo worked on reform in the public school system in Puerto Rico in order to extend education to all classes of children.
Carlota Matienzo In 1921, Carlota Matienzo was one of the founders as the group changed its name to the Suffragist Social League and began to work directly for women's voting rights. Its members included medical doctors, writers and other intellectuals. She helped organize major conferences in San Juan, Ponce, Puerto Rico and Arecibo. She was among the leaders who took women's concerns to the legislature. After allying with the Popular Feminist Association of Working Women of Puerto Rico, the League supported universal suffrage.
Carlota Matienzo Matienzo Román next became a founding member of the Women's Aid Society of Puerto Rico. She worked directly to provide solutions to problems faced by women.
Carlota Matienzo She also became active in other political issues. The Puerto Rican Feminine League, the first organization of its type to work for women's rights, was founded in 1917 by women of the "propertied, professional and intellectual elite", including Ana Roque de Duprey, Ángela Negrón Muñoz, and Matienzo, who were all teachers. In this period women's rights groups were active throughout Latin America as well as in the United States.
Matienzo (disambiguation) Matienzo is a village and a karst depression in Spain.
Carlota Matienzo Matienzo Román continued as one of the League's prominent members until 1924, when it divided into two organizations, split largely along grounds of political party affiliation of its leaders. Those who remained with the League favored the Pure Republican Party and the Republican-Socialist Coalition. The dissidents recruited members from the Union Party and Republican-Unionist Alliance.