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Dawn Clancy is a New York City based reporter who focuses on women's issues, international conflict and diplomacy. She holds a master's degree from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism. Previously, she has written for The Washington Post and HuffPost.
  •  January 5, 2022 
After four hours of torture, Flora Igoki Terah arrived at Nairobi Women’s Hospital on Sept. 7, 2007, with smashed bones, a shaven head and clumps of human feces jammed in her throat. Months before the attack, Terah’s torturers sent her many warnings, demanding that she withdraw her candidacy for a parliamentary seat in Kenya’s …

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