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Syria: Why Is the U.S. Media Ignoring Rape in Syrian Crisis? by SORAYA CHEMALY, Salon, March 9, 2013

DRC: Pushing for Peace: Why Congo's Women Need a Seat at the Table Huffington Post, March 9, 2013

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Be the first. Be bold. Be fearless. Be confident.

These were the words of Kakenya Ntaiya who made a deal with her father: She would undergo the traditional Maasai rite of passage of female circumcision if he would let her go to high … Read More»

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Need: THE PAIN OF A MOTHER

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INDIGNATION ET CRIS D'ALARME

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la journée mondiale da la femme

Bonjour! Ravi De nous rencontrés encores une fois. la journée à été méditative raison de la situation qui comble la femme. … Read More»

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Syria Cries Her Daughters

As the war in Syria grows uglier, more civilians are fleeing their homes to neighboring countries. The majority of these refugees are women and children. … Read More»

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Girl Rising, Part 2

Last night was special. Last night was the culmination of my campaign to bring the film, Girl Rising, to my city of Portland, OR. … Read More»

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