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Using Photography to Change the World: An Interview with Paola Gianturco

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She is donating 100 percent of the royalties from the book to the Global Fund for Women. A high school English teacher in Zimbabwe, whose name is Betty Makoni , began hearing stories from her students after school, that they had been raped. The children are ages 6-16, and they're making huge strides by leading a national movement against child rape in Zimbabwe. The little girls are part of a culture, the Shona culture in Zimbabwe, as maybe you know, uses poetry.

Empowering Women Citizen Journalists: An Interview with Cristi Hegranes

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So often, government control, or just lack of access to information and media, prevents people from really being able to be educated and informed about serious issues that are going on around them. CH: You know it is funny; it actually didn't start out as a women-centered initiative, but the more research I did about creating global training sites and free media enterprises in these developing countries, training women just makes the most sense.

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