A precarious time for Afghan women
Democracy | VQR Online
Since the Taliban's fall, women have seen fitful gains. But those with access to education and work fear the U. Ghazalan Koofi, 26, waits for a ride to work as her brother-in-law Shafiq Azizi holds her baby, Ahmad, 11 months. Despite growing up under Taliban rule, Koofi was able to graduate from high school, and is now studying literature in college.
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