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UNC Women’s Arm extends condolences to Hazel Brown’s family

The UNC Na­tion­al Women’s Arm has ex­tend­ed con­do­lences to the fam­i­ly of Hazel Brown who passed away to­day. In a press re­lease is­sued to­day, the women’s arm de­scribed Mrs Brown as a “ded­i­cat­ed ser­vant of the peo­ple who spent her life help­ing to ed­u­cate and em­pow­er women.” 

The fol­low­ing is a press re­lease from UNC Na­tion­al Women’s Arm: 

The UNC Na­tion­al Women’s Arm has ex­tend­ed con­do­lences to the fam­i­ly of Hazel Brown who passed away to­day. In a press re­lease is­sued to­day the women’s arm de­scribes Mrs Brown as a “ded­i­cat­ed ser­vant of the peo­ple who spent her life help­ing to ed­u­cate and em­pow­er women.” 

On be­half of the UNC Na­tion­al Women’s Arm , we of­fer sin­cere con­do­lences to the fam­i­ly of Mrs. Hazel Brown . Mrs. Brown was a ded­i­cat­ed ser­vant of the peo­ple who spent her life help­ing to ed­u­cate and em­pow­er women .  

At times like these, we re­al­ize the im­por­tant truth that we are all mem­bers of the same com­mu­ni­ty, and when one of us feels a loss such as this, we all feel that loss.  

Mrs. Brown was the for­mer Sec­re­tary Gen­er­al of the Com­mon­wealth Women’s Net­work, link­ing women in 52 Com­mon­wealth coun­tries, and was al­so re­spon­si­ble for co­or­di­nat­ing the Trinidad and To­ba­go NGO par­tic­i­pa­tion in sev­er­al UN Con­fer­ences.  

She was known as an ad­vo­cate for the cre­ation of a Na­tion­al Gen­der Pol­i­cy and has al­so been a sup­port­er of so­lar pow­er for cook­ing, and was a tire­less cham­pi­on for con­sumer rights! Mrs.  

Brown en­gaged in many women em­pow­er­ment train­ing sem­i­nars and pan­el dis­cus­sions with the UNC Na­tion­al Women’s Arm, one of those fond mem­o­ries with Mrs. Brown was when she par­tic­i­pat­ed in our train­ing ses­sions, she worked the room be­fore her speech, and when she did get up to speak she was able to re­mem­ber the names and sto­ries of al­most every sin­gle per­son in that room. 

Her com­mu­ni­ty en­gage­ment and com­mit­ment to par­tic­i­pa­tion were re­mark­able, and that is what so many peo­ple will re­mem­ber about Mrs. Brown : a warm, en­gag­ing, fierce­ly in­tel­li­gent and bold woman who tru­ly val­ued and re­mem­bered those with whom she came in­to con­tact, no mat­ter where they were from or who they were!”