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Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Iranian Women Are Rejecting Forced Hijab - ROBERT SEPEHR

A growing number of women in Iran are taking to streets to protest against mandatory hijabs. They are publicly removing their headscarves, tying them on sticks and waving them in public. After the Islamic Revolution in 1979 the government made it illegal for women to expose their hair in public and they cannot wear clothes that show off their figures. The penalties include jail time and lashes. Please share, thank you.

Robert Sepehr is an author, producer, and anthropologist.

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