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The random article for Sunday, 18 October 2020 is Matilde Hidalgo.
Matilde Hidalgo de Procel (September 29, 1889 in Loja, Ecuador – February 20, 1974 in Guayaquil, Ecuador) was an Ecuadorian physician, poet, and activist. Matilde Hidalgo was the first woman to exercise the right to vote in Ecuador (and Latin America), and also the first to receive a Doctorate in Medicine. Hidalgo fought for the recognition of women's rights and is now known as one of the most important women in Ecuadorian history. At her young age, She mastered reading and writing skills as well as the piano. In 1973 she was paralyzed by a stroke, and she died in Guayaquil on February 20, 1974.
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