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The Washington Post’s She the People: Congress cannot ignore violence against women in Syria

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As Congress debates U.S. involvement in Syria it should take into account the plight of women, whose rights are systematically quashed and who have been subjected to violence during the war.

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The Daily Run Down with Chuck Todd: The Syria Debate Continues to Divide the GOP

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Michelle D. Bernard joins The Daily Run Down with Chuck Todd to discuss the Syria debate.

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The Washington Post’s She The People: An Ashley Judd candidacy? Women voters may be the key

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Judd has survived the gender politics of Hollywood and if she chooses to do so, can navigate her way through political high jinks and gender politics of a campaign in Kentucky.

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The Washington Post’s She The People: President Obama Must Support Afghanistan’s Women Against the Taliban

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The Washington Post’s She The People A girl reads aloud in an unsanctioned girls school in Spina, Afghanistan, on April 12, 2012. The Taliban shuttered a U.S.-funded girls’ school in 2007, leaving some children to attend an unsanctioned school in a family’s living room. (Kevin Sieff/The Washington Post) President Obama was elected to fix the […]

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Afghanistan’s Unrelenting War On Women

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There is absolutely a war on women being waged right now.┬áIn Afghanistan. In this file photo, Zarghona, who is in prison because she left her first husband who abused her and forced her into prostitution, holds her seven-month-old son Balal and looks out through their cell window, at the Kabul Women’s Prison in Afghanistan. (Suzanne […]

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