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Julienne Lusenge

A former Congolese radio journalist driven from her job and forced to start her life over twice because of threats from militants, Julienne Lusenge is a leader of women's self-help organizations supported by the American Jewish World Service, which helped her write this essay, translated from French.

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In the developed world, women fought and struggled to gain their rights and eventually created a space in which these rights could be expressed. Violence does indeed occur in the developed world, but it cannot be compared to what is …

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