Women of hope

May 1998
Mothering;May/Jun98, Issue 88, p41
Features sets of portraits produced by the Bread and Roses Cultural Project which highlights the achievement of women from different cultural groups. Cultural groups highlighted in the portrait; Honorariums of the project; Contact number for further details on the portrait series.


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