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by mariko-k | March 11, 2009 at 5:55 PM
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Mariko-k, I've recently read that discrimination toward women and the abuse of women's rights are common in Japan. I raised three daughters and always treated them as equals and told them they could become anything they set their minds to. In the U.S. women have fought for and received most of the human rights they deserve--which is equality. I've read that change in the world starts with ones self changing. I believe the next step is organizing a small group to discuss human rights, especially those for women, to see what ideas can be generated. Some form of action would naturally follow. What are your thoughts?
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