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BURMA - MORE WOMEN'S VOICES

 
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“Burma: More Women’s Voices” is the second book in the “Burma- Women’s Voices” series. It a collection of writings from diverse women activists from Burma, including refugees, exiles and women inside Burma.

“Burma: More Women’s Voices” features a collection of poems, “Scent from Steel Flowers from Prison” written by women political prisoners and smuggled out of Burma.

We find it is the women who sometimes have a better understanding of why we are struggling for democracy because she strips away all of the political jargon and gets down to basic facts. What women want is a safer, better life for their children, for their families.” - Excerpt from foreword by Daw Aung San Suu Kyi