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May 30, 2016



poignant play, poignant piece of writing…very personal and close to home even for those of us who have only experienced it empathetically through people we love…those same fears and emotions permeate so many various human experiences...no one has escaped. The Congo references remind me of Aubrey who lived in an NGO non-profit for women victims of rape in the Congo for months documenting as a photojournalist. Her conclusion is that the women are strong and resilient and the non-profit money should be going into rehabilitation of the men who perpetrate the same thing on the women again when they return to their villages…that's getting right to the point.

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