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The Women Leading a Social Revolution in Rojava: Report

Under fierce oppression of President Bashar Al-Assad’s Ba’ath regime, women in towns and villages across northern Syria came together to create a women’s movement. Focused on protecting each other, resisting the Islamic State militant group (ISIS) and building an egalitarian community in the middle of a warzone, those most oppressed took the lead in organizing and guiding the earliest years of a strident sisterhood.
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