With All Our Strength: The Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan
"Brodsky chronicles how RAWA members, whose identities have been concealed in order to survive, have run schools and orphanages, supplied medical care in secret, and covertly documented fundamentalist atrocities against Afghan women through cameras hidden in their clothes. Since the toppling of the Taliban, RAWA continues its important work, not only helping women and children survive the aftermath of years of abuse, but continuing to fight for human rights, equality for women, and a free and democratic Afghanistan."--BOOK JACKET.
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CHAPTER 1 IVE LEARNED THE SONG OF FREEDOM
CHAPTER 2 IM THE WOMAN WHO HAS AWOKEN
CHAPTER 3 WITH ALL MY STRENGTH IM WITH YOU ON THE PATH OF MY LANDS LIBERATION
CHAPTER 4 IVE OPENED THE CLOSED DOORS OF IGNORANCE
CHAPTER 5 MY VOICE HAS MINGLED WITH THOUSANDS OF ARISEN WOMEN
CHAPTER 6 OH COMPATRIOT OH BROTHER
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