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Bravest Woman in Afghanistan
Welcome to the International Museum of Women, and this monthly podcast for the exhibition "Women, Power and Politics." This special fifty-minute interview was produced in conjunction with the museum's speaker series Extraordinary Voices, Extraordinary Change.Our speaker, Malalai Joya, has been called "The bravest woman in Afghanistan."
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Kabul, Afghanistan
In March 2005, I traveled with the Global Exchange delegation "Women Making Change" to Afghanistan for an Independent Study Project in photography. I returned to Afghanistan in March 2007, as a volunteer for the NGO Afghans4Tomorrow, teaching English and photographing in the A4T girl's schools.
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English Lesson
Between 1996 and 2001, the Taliban were in power in Afghanistan, and girls were not allowed to attend school. Following the fall of the Taliban in 2001, many teenage girls, having missed five years of school, resumed their studies at the elementary school level. Afghans4Tomorrow is a non-political humanitarian organization dedicated to the reconstruction and development of Afghanistan...
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