Stories of Courage, Told by Women
Lightbooks, Jan 1, 2001 - Abused women - 55 pages
In presenting this publication The Womens Shelter Project intends to inform the nation, educate society and communicate to everyone true accounts of women who have experienced and survived various forms of physical and mental abuse. The stories represent a cross-section of social classes, from the educated career women to the illiterate Masimo women from the rural areas in Botswana. Fourteen women are interviewed and tell their own stories.
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