ON AFGHANISTAN | In Afghanistan, Tattoos Are Markers of Autonomy

September 26, 2019

Another interesting story demonstrating the power and determination of Afghan woman.  For more powerful Afghan women, watch one of these award winning short films about Afghan woman:

Death to the Camera, by Qasem

Treasure Trove, by Fakhria

‘L’ is for Light, ‘D’ is for Darkness, by Hasibullah

The Road Above, by Aqeela

Beyond Fatigue, by Baqir

Hands of Health, by Zahra

Bearing the Weight, by Mona

Afghan women use tattoos to combat their society’s contradictory views, even if the stakes are high

Source: In Afghanistan, Tattoos Are Markers of Autonomy

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