In the 1960s, Afghan women were granted new rights and freedoms, but the Taliban's later rise to power confined them to servitude and oppression. This documentary follows three independent-minded women from 2000 to 2003. Teacher Shapiray Hassan and doctor Roeena Mohmand both work at a refugee camp in Pakistan, while Wajia advocates for the Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan. All three struggle to establish equality for women in contemporary Afghan society.
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