Maria José Ribeiro

8 of March of 2019 - 11h00
Auditório da Escola Secundária Manuel Laranjeira, Espinho
Maria José Ribeiro.

On March 8 «Lives in the Resistance» is a «Aljube out of Doors». Because we’re going to the North.

We leave the Aljube in Lisbon and we will talk with Maria José Ribeiro, an enthusiastic promoter of the memory of the Aljube of Porto.
The conversation will take place at the Manuel Laranjeira School in Espinho, where the public is the students of the School and all those who wish to join us.
Maria José Ribeiro is the daughter of a Resistant of the Marines’ Revolt of 1936 and herself a tough worker, imprisoned by the political police following the General Humberto Delgado campaign to the Presidency of the Republic .

 

Auditorium of Manuel Laranjeira High School, Espinho

11:00 a.m.
Brief presentation of the Aljube Museum

By Judite Álvares


11:15 a.m.
Maria José Ribeiro’s live testimonial
Conversation conducted by Luís Farinha

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