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Breaking the Earthenware Jar: Lessons from South Asia to End Violence Against Women and Girls Paperback – 12 Dec 2000

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Compelling and Optimistic 30 Oct. 2000
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Regardless of your field of interest, you will find this book extremely interesting and moving. The author has written a very "user-friendly" book which does not overwhelm you with technical terms or statistics. Instead, she successfully inter-twines her ideas with personal quotes and facts to form a dialogue on the issue of violence against women and girls. Although this book uses South Asia as an example, its main ideas and strategy for ending violence against women and girls is adaptable to areas all around the world affected by violence.
Becoming Aware 19 Jan. 2014
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This is a much needed book on the very difficult subject of domestic violence in South Asia. We need to understand this aspect of the culture since so many South Asian Americans struggle with it.
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