A Brighter Future

Greenberg, Glenn; Kim, Lucian
March 2002
Scholastic News -- Edition 3;3/4/2002, Vol. 58 Issue 20, p2
Focuses on the education system in Afghanistan, which prohibits women from going to school.


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