Dominican groundbreaking whose 3 sisters were assassinated in November 25, 1960 for opposing the regime of dictator Rafael Trujillo. She escaped loss of life on that fateful time and later opened up a museum in her sisters’ honor. She and her three sisters produced an anti-Trujillo company known as the Movement from the Fourteenth of June. Honoring Dede Mirabal’s murdered sisters, the US General Assembly set up an International Time for the Reduction of Assault against Women, kept each year on November 25. Her hubby, Jaimito, discouraged her from getting involved with her sisters’ groundbreaking activities; nevertheless, she ultimately cannot end up being dissuaded from positively opposing Trujillo’s violent routine. She and Joaquin Villalobos had been both Latin American politics revolutionaries.