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Another complexity is in peace talks. They are good, right? But before the different sides come to the peace table, they fight even harder so that…"
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In 2003 I began the Afghan Women's Project by traveling to Afghanistan to photograph and interview women and then speaking, mostly in universities about what i found. I made a subsequent trip in the spring of '10. My mission is to help people see the world, and specifically Afghanistan and Afghan women, in a deeper, more complex way that leads to building bridges across cultures.
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Free-lance photographer, director of Afghan Women's Project
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