Baber was also involved in social issues. She was considered a feminist, anti-racist, and anti-imperialist. In 1926 she represented the women of Puerto Rico in the extension of suffrage to the country. She served as chairwoman of the Pan-American Committee of the International League for Peace and Freedom.
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