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Behind the scenes

Photos give Afghan women a voice

Belmont photojournalist Paula Lerner shows her digital camera to children playing in Kabul, Afghanistan. Belmont photojournalist Paula Lerner shows her digital camera to children playing in Kabul, Afghanistan. (paula lerner)
By Stephanie Schorow
Globe Correspondent / January 10, 2008

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Most of the homes in Kandahar, Afghanistan's second-largest city, have no street-side windows. It's too risky. Someone who is not a husband, brother, or father might catch a glimpse of the faces of women living inside - something strictly forbidden in this strict Muslim region. (Full article: 738 words)

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